Syria's Quiet War on ImportsAs its economy tanks dropping its GDP by 383% amid a bloody civil war, how has Assad's regime tried to stay afloat?
Petah Tikva Provides A Fifth of Israel's ExportsA new survey by the Economy Ministry shows that the city, all by itself, is responsible for nearly one fifth of all of Israel's exports.
Gaza Vegetables to Enter IsraelVegetables harvested in Gaza will be exported to Israel for the first time in eight years on Thursday.
'Don't Fight the Fed,' Bank of Israel Learns AgainThe shekel fell when the Bank of Israel slashed interest rates - and rose again, when the Federal Reserve didn't do anything.
Hamas Threatens to Ban Israeli Fruit ImportsIsrael halts agricultural export from Gaza to PA Sunday, leading Hamas to erupt in fury over 'blockade.'
Lapid: I'll Work to Weaken Shekel, Fix BureaucracyYair Lapid feels the pain of Israeli exporters, businesspeople, and workers, he told the Manufacturers' Association.
Israel Wine Consumption, Exports JumpIsrael's wine industry is growing by leaps and bounds.
Ministry: Pomegranates Not Just for Rosh HashanaIsrael has become a "pomegranate power," exporting thousands of tons of fruit annually
PM: Israel to Export Only 40% of Natural Gas FindsIsrael is to export only 40 percent of natural gas it extracts from newly discovered gas fields off Mediterranean coast, says PM Netanyahu.
Israeli Exports to Turkey Hit All-Time HighThere is still plenty of tension in the relations between Israel and Turkey, but Israeli exports to Turkey have reached an all-time high
Iran’s Pistachio Export Ban May BackfireThe latest sign that international sanctions against Iran may be effective could also backfire in unexpected ways.
Israeli Exports Up Nearly 15,000% Since 1948In 1948, Israel exported $6 million worth of products, but by 2011, that number had jumped to about $90 billion – a rise of 1,400,000%
Dealers Suffer from Car Glut in GazaIt's a small region -- and car dealers in Gaza are complaining that the market is becoming glutted.
In 3rd Quarter 2011, Gaza Exports Jump 30%In the third quarter of 2011, Gaza's exports have increased 30 percent over the same period a year earlier, despite a worldwide crisis.
Israel's New Focus: Exports to India, ChinaIsrael's new economic policy puts more emphasis on exports to China, India and South America over the US and EU.
Agrexco's Fate UnclearThe fate of Agrexco, the largest exporter of Israeli produce, may be decided in a Tel Aviv court Wednesday.
Turkey 3rd-Largest Export MarketDespite political tensions, Turkey has become Israel's third-largest export market, up from ninth-largest last year.
Israel and Ankara ‘Talk Turkey’Turkey has risen to the number three export market for Israel despite frigid diplomatic relations between Ankara and Jerusalem.
Israel an ‘Export Superpower’Figures show Israel is an export superpower, having exported $80.5 billion in 2010 and having multiplied its exports by 13,400 since 1948.
'Second Recession Unlikely'Bank of Israel Governor: chances of a second recession are no more than 25%.
Drop in Euro Threatens ExportsThe falling euro combined with the fallout from last months' volcanic ash cloud, may be threatening Israel's agricultural exports.
Israel Exports Up 11,250 TimesThe Jewish state's exports have multiplied 11,250 times since independence, according to a report by the Israel Export and Cooperation Institute.
Land of Milk, Honey and StoneThe Land of Milk and Honey is exporting its greatest natural resource--stone from rocks, to a signature architectural firm in Wisconsin.
Gaza Sells Carnations, Gets AidGaza residents received 14,000 tons of humanitarian aid via Israeli crossings last week, and exported truckloads of flowers - at special prices.
Israeli Gems Sparkle in JanuaryIsrael's diamond industry has taken great strides in recovering from the global economic crisis of 2009.
Kosher Chickens To 'Fly' to USIsraeli exports of kosher chickens expected to expand following recent approvals from the US Department of Agriculture.