Promote quality journalism
JNS PRESS +
Republish JNS content
Username / Email
Don't have an account?
Sign up here
U.S. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin: Israel ‘is a really great place for investments’
“I will be going to six countries. This is my first stop because we have no better partner than Israel in our fight against terrorism and combating terrorist financing,” said U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin.
IMF projects Israeli economy to see 3.6% growth in 2018
It appears that for the first time in years, Israel might surpass its target deficit; the Finance Ministry has three months to address the situation.
SodaStream sold to Pepsi for $3.2 billion in cash
The seltzer-machine sales company was founded in 1991, creating machines and accessories for home seltzer-making, including dozens of mix-in flavors. Approximately 500,000 devices are produced by its 3,500 employees monthly and sold in 46 countries worldwide.
Israel’s credit rating the highest ever, raised by Standard & Poor’s to -AA
The upgrade is considered a very significant achievement for Israel’s economy, which S&P estimates will grow by 3.3 percent by 2021.
Moody’s affirms Israel’s A1 credit rating, gives economy positive outlook
Global-ratings agency lauds improved economic and diplomatic ties with moderate Arab states, Israel’s solid fiscal performance and economic resilience • Finance minister: Economy presents the best macro data since the country’s inception.
‘Tech-un Olam’: Growing business ties between Israel and ‘Silicon Prairie’
“Entrepreneurialism, innovation, technology is the most compelling narrative that Israel has to offer,” says Welaunch founder Baruch HaLevi. "People will do business, and the Jewish community will be strengthened. It’s a win-win.”
Israeli unemployment rate lowest since early 1970s
Unemployment in January drops to 3.7 percent, compared to the 2017 average of 4.2 percent, Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics finds.