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Chinese VP visits Israel
Israeli-Chinese trade reached nearly $10 billion in 2017, more than double the figure of a decade ago.
Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies
Pragmatism drives the Sino-Israeli partnership
Relations are also flourishing; last year, bilateral trade volume (including Hong Kong) was circa $16 billion. Approximately 114,000 Chinese visited Israel in 2017, an increase of 41 percent over 2016.
Dedication of Peres Center for Peace and Innovation spotlights Israel-China cooperation
A component of the Prime Minister’s Israeli Innovation Summit 2018—the first part of which was held at the Orient Hotel in Jerusalem—the dedication was held at the Tel Aviv Fairgrounds, with an introduction by … Shimon Peres?
Netanyahu, Chinese vice president talk economic cooperation at conference
“There is a natural partnership between us,” said the Israeli premier. “We want to expand it for the benefit of both our peoples. We want to expand it for the benefit of all of humanity.”
Vice president of China lands in Israel, heads straight to Western Wall in Jerusalem
As part of a four-day visit emphasizing talks on economic cooperation, Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan joined Israeli officials for a visit to the Western Wall in Jerusalem, despite official Chinese policy not recognizing Jerusalem’s Old City as part of Israel.
Chinese vice president to visit Israel in sign of ‘growing friendship,’ says Netanyahu
The two leaders will chair the fourth annual Israel-China Innovation Conference at the Foreign Ministry, where eight joint agreements are expected to be signed related to innovation, science and technology, agriculture, life sciences and digital health.
Could Chinese involvement in Israeli ports pose a security risk?
Haifa’s growing port, located close to a naval base, will be managed by one Chinese company, while a second port in Ashdod, also near a naval base, is being constructed by a second Chinese firm.
Israel and China start conversation about mutual business and development ties
Five areas of potential cooperation have been identified, including energy, manufacturing, trade, transportation and finance.
Technion’s new China campus fuses Israeli innovation and Chinese resources
Last week’s inauguration of the Guangdong Technion Israel Institute of Technology (GTIIT)—the first Israeli university campus in China—represents a fusion of the Jewish state’s innovation with the Asian giant’s abundant resources and comes amid developing ties between the two nations.