Business in Israel

Israeli companies are starting to outsource work to Palestinians.  (Ha’aretz)

“Going beyond Israel’s “Start-Up Nation” model will not be easy. The country’s business culture focuses more on dealmaking than on company-building.” (The Economist)

Israel’s economy is expected to have expanded by 4.5% in 2010, better than any estimate, and topping the OECD average of 2.7% (Ha’aretz)

Government support is being provided for a push in the “clean-tech” sector. (Ha’aretz)

Is Israel on the path of unrestrained wage increases? (Ha’aretz)

MediaMind may be the most successful Israeli company you’ve never heard of. (Israel 21C)

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