Despite the revenues surplus reported today, Israel's Finance Minister will wait a few more months before deciding on tax cuts.
The Singapore fund is closing a $150 million fund for mature startups and Vertex's $150 million 4th fund, "DEALSTREETASIA" reports.
Housing Ministry figures show that prices of secondhand homes rose much faster than prices of new homes.
The "voluntary disclosure" procedure offers a chance to settle past tax debts without fear of criminal proceedings.
Teva, Opko and Perrigo fell sharply today but Bezeq bucked the market.
Prices of the handsets will start at NIS 599, with a premium device costing NIS 1,499.
The two defense contractors reached the final stage of a half-billion dollar procurement tender for precision rockets.
Aerospace & defense
Israel Aerospace Industries and Hankuk Carbon have established a joint venture to develop the drones.
Aerospace & defense
Controlled dairy product prices will fall by an average of 3%, while prices of eggs will fall 4.6%.
Chinese pharmaceutical group Haisco led the investment in the Israeli cartilage treatment startup.
OwnBackup also officially graduated last week from the Microsoft Ventures Accelerator Program in Israel.
CEO and Owner Elsmed Group
January tax revenues were up 8%, with purchase tax collected on cars soaring 133%.
Despite its polluted air, Haifa leads Tel Aviv for apartments wanted, according to classifieds website Yad2.
The Israeli digital ad company has seen its share price fall 53% since its London IPO 18 months ago.
Prico CEO Yossi Fraiman: The Bank of Israel will have to act to prevent a flood of cheap imports and factory closures.
The Finance Ministry's tax revenues report shows 52.3% of Israelis earning below the monthly income tax threshold of NIS 4,905.
The most prominent US real estate company yet is set to offer a bond on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
A selection of recent real estate deals in Israel including Tel Aviv, Kfar Saba, Ness Ziona, Ramat Gan and Mevasseret Zion.
The startup is hoping to bring bitcoin purchasing into the mainstream by adding credit card payment options.
Bids for the Israeli supermarket chain's 127 branches must be received by February 23.