PA confirms economic talks with IsraelPA Finance Minister confirms he met Israeli counterpart Kahlon to discuss an economic agreement to boost the PA economy.
Saudi Arabia Increases Financial Aid to the PASaudi Arabia to increase its monthly aid to PA to $20 million, bringing its yearly aid to the PA budget to $60 million.
State Dept. ;Concerned' Over PA ElectricityState Department spokeswoman expresses concern over the IEC temporarily cutting off power in the PA because of its huge debt.
Abbas Threatens Israel Over Frozen Tax RevenuesPA chairman tells European leaders he will stop security coordination with Israel if it continues to withhold the PA’s tax revenue.
Kerry Concerned Over 'Viability' of PAKerry warns PA may cease to exist if it does not soon receive tax revenue which has been withheld by Israel.
Sweden Announces Aid Package to 'Palestine'Recognizing "Palestine" comes with responsibilities, says Swedish PM as he announces a multi-million-euro aid package for the PA.
Iraq Donates $28 Million to the PAIraq donates $28 million to the Arab League as part of its contribution to support the PA.
Saudi Arabia Gives the PA $60 MillionSaudi Arabia provides the PA with $60 million, covering the Kingdom's financial contribution to the PA for October, November and December.
Republican Senator's Bill Would Halt Aid to PARepublican Senator Rand Paul introduces a bill that would immediately halt aid to the PA until it drops its bid to join the ICC.
Washington Reviewing Financial Aid to PAThe United States reviewing its annual $440-million aid package to the PA because of its effort to join the ICC, says State Department.
PA Asks for $3.8 Billion to Rebuild GazaPA Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah says he has asked for $3.8 billion in urgent aid to help rebuild Gaza following the fighting.
Qatar to Financially Help Hamas-Fatah GovernmentArab states to help pay the wages of Gaza's public sector workers, says deputy Hamas leader.
Senators to Kerry: Condition Aid to PASenators Kirk and Rubio call on Kerry to state that aid to PA will be cut off if unity government fails to recognize Israel.
Israel Begins to Implement Sanctions on PAIsrael has started to deduct the PA’s debts from the tax money it collects on its behalf, and more is on the way.
PA Wants to Drill for Oil in Judea and SamariaPA announces tender for oil exploration, ignores the fact that the exploration area is in a region under Israeli control.
Financial Crisis? PA Planning Airport and RailwayPA announces several new transportation related projects and is even seeking to expand into areas under Israeli control.
IMF: Failure of Peace Talks Will Hurt PA EconomyNew IMF report says that success in peace talks could boost the PA’s economic growth, but failure could cause increased debt.
Abbas: We Can't Pay Salaries, it's Israel's FaultPA Chairman blames Israeli "occupation" for his entity's difficult economic situation.
Electric Company Suggests: Cut Off Power to PAThe Israel Electric Corporation has put together a list of sanctions to impose on the PA, which owes it 820 million shekels.
Israel, PA Agree to Resume Economic CooperationFinance Minister Yair Lapid and PA counterpart agree to resume economic times frozen since November.
Sweden May Slash its Aid to the PASweden is considering slashing its aid to the PA because of a lack of progress in achieving a two-state solution, says a Swedish minister.
PA Official: The Financial Crisis is Getting WorseThe PA is $4.2 billion in internal and external debt, announces its deputy prime minister.
'Israel is Sliding Into Total Dependence on PA'Factory owners: PA deliberately cuts taxes so that Israeli industry can't compete; Bennett must intervene.
Kerry's Plan for PA Receives Cool ReceptionA $4 billion U.S. plan to boost the PA's met with a cool response as PA leaders insist on a political dimension to the stimulus.
Kerry Announces Plan to Boost PA EconomyU.S. Secretary of State John Kerry unveils plan to boost the PA's economy by attracting $4 billion in private investment.
Electric Company: PA Residents Not Forced to PayPalestinian Authority Arabs who do not pay for electricity are not cut off.
PA Continues to Pay Jailed TerroristsThe PA, despite complaining that it is suffering from a severe financial crisis, is continuing to pay to terrorists in Israeli prisons.
U.S. Quietly Unblocks Financial Aid to PAThe United States has quietly unblocked almost $500 million in aid to the Palestinian Authority which had been frozen by Congress.
Donors Progress in Raising Funds for Failing PAInternational donors are making progress toward finding the $1.2 billion needed to help fund the PA, officials say.
PA Asks the World: Help Our Failing EconomyThe Palestinian Authority has urged the world to step up financial aid and press Israel to allow economic development.
IMF Warns Over PA Economy in New ReportThe International Monetary Fund calls on Israel and the PA to help support the economy of Gaza and Judea and Samaria.
Saudis Offer More Money to Cash-Strapped PASaudi Arabia will contribute $20 million each month to the Palestinian Authority, a Saudi official says.
PA to Receive $100 Million from Saudi ArabiaThe Palestinian Authority, facing its worst financial crisis ever, will receive financial assistance from Saudi Arabia.
Abbas Warns of Hardships Without Arab 'Safety Net'PA Chairman warns that if Arab countries don't deliver on their promised 'safety net', the PA will be in a difficult situation.
Arab League Chief to Visit RamallahArab League chief Nabil al-Arabi will visit Ramallah and focus on a financial "safety net" to ease the economic crisis in the PA government.
Fayyad: Arab Countries Evading Commitment to PAPA Prime Minister Salam Fayyad calls for an urgent Arab summit to address the PA's financial crisis.
PA Government Workers Go on StrikeEmployees of the Palestinian Authority government across Judea and Samaria start a strike over unpaid salaries. As usual, they blame Israel.
Fayyad Urges Arabs to Follow Up on 'Safety Net'PA prime minister Salam Fayyad urges Arab League nations to make good on $100 million a month in pledged "safety net" funds.
Arab League Pledges 'Safety Net' to AbbasRepresentatives of the Arab League pledge to transfer a monthly sum of 100 million dollars as a “financial safety net" for PA.
Israel Transferred Money to PA Despite UN BidTwo days before the vote in the UN on the PA's statehood bid, Israel transferred 200 million shekels to the PA to pay its employees.
Steinitz Threatens PA with Sanctions Over UN BidFinance Minister Yuval Steinitz threatens to freeze transfer of tax revenues if the PA continues its unilateral statehood bid.
Report: Fayyad to Resign as PA's Prime MinisterPalestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad has presented a plan to form a more inclusive factional government.
Israel Helps PA Economy, Lets More Workers InIsrael’s latest measures to improve the PA economy include approval of construction projects, more permits, and more Gaza exports.
European Minister Blames Israel for PA CrisisEuropean minister blames Israel for PA's financial crisis as its finance minister warns that efforts to create a state could collapse.
Israel, PA Talking About Developing GasIsrael has held talks with the PA over the development of a gas field off the coast of Gaza, says a report by the Israeli foreign ministry.
PA Ends Restriction on Imports from IsraelDecision is an attempt to reduce spiraling prices as transportation union says it plans new protest actions.
IMF, World Bank Warn: PA Risks 'Social Upheaval'The Palestinian Authority faces a $400 million budget shortfall, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund warn.
Protests Prompt Netanyahu to Give PA Aid PackageNetanyahu orders the transfer of a 250 million shekel advance to the PA from tax revenues collected by Israel.
Fayyad: Ready to Resign Over ProtestsPA Prime Minister Salam Fayyad says he will resign if that's the will of the people, blames Israel for the PA’s financial troubles.
'Arab Spring' Hits PA, Hundreds Protest in ShechemHundreds of protesters gather in the main square in Shechem, calling for the ouster of PA Prime Minister Salam Fayyad.
Britain to Support PA Financially Despite UN BidBritish official confirms his country will not suspend financial aid to the PA even if it turns to the UN for recognition as a state.
Abbas to Ask Islamic Countries for Major AidPA Chairman Abbas to present Islamic countries with a multi-sector aid plan to lift the PA out of its financial crisis.
Abbas Meets Blair, Asks for Financial SupportPA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas meets Quartet representative Tony Blair, called to support the PA financially.
PA, Israel Sign Agreements on Taxes, GoodsFinance Minister Steinitz and PA Prime Minister Fayyad agree on arrangements regarding taxation and the transfer of goods.
World Bank Says PA Economy UnsustainableNew World Bank report says the economic growth in the PA is unsustainable and cannot support a future state.
Saudis Give PA Emergency DonationPA Prime Minister Salam Fayyad hails an emergency $100 million donation received from Saudi Arabia at the request of PA Chairman Abbas.
Abbas Meets Saudi King, Seeks Urgent Financial AidPA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas visits Saudi Arabia, meets King Abdullah to seek urgent aid for his administration.