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Shekel stronger amid market volatility

FXCM Israel: The shekel is testing the NIS 3.80/$ threshold, the bottom limit of the current trading band.

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Athos howitzer Photo: Elbit Systems Defense cos battle for huge IDF artillery order

Elbit Systems is vying against a consortium of IAI, IMI, and German company AGW.

Eugene Kandel Start-Up Nation Central: Promoting Israeli innovation

Former National Economic Council chairman Prof. Eugene Kandel tells "Globes" why he chose to manage a philanthropic organization that services private industry for free.

Avi Tiomkin  photo: Einat Levron "Home price slide has begun and will accelerate"

Avi Tiomkin: When the change occurs, its speed and force will surprise everyone.

Temporary bridge over Jordan Photo: Rafi Kotz Israel, Jordan begin building free trade zone

Plants slated to compete with China in cheap production are projected to provide 13,000 jobs for Jordanians and Israelis.

Orcam Photo: PR Liberating the visually impaired

Israeli company OrCam has a discreet device that attaches to eyeglasses and reads aloud any text the wearer points to.

Prof. Amnon Shashua (center) at CES Photo: PR Mobileye moves on to mapping, driving policy

Mobileye chairman Prof. Amnon Shashua on the latest breakthroughs that make his company a unique partner in driverless car development.

Dr. Norman Bailey Israel must not succumb to West's moral collapse

Religious Islamic totalitarianism is winning a devastating, apocalyptic struggle only because of its enemies' pusillanimity.

Azrieli Towers, photo: Thinkstock Israeli developers reach for the skies

Construction of a 100-floor Tel Aviv skyscraper begins soon but the higher you go, the more it costs.

Founding of Kedumim 1975  photo: GPO How much do the settlements really cost?

Israel has no separate budget for expenditure beyond the Green Line, so the answer depends on whom you talk to.

Dror Marmor Treasury misses the point on home purchases

Fewer transactions and fewer investment properties can only mean higher rents.

Wix Photo: PR Israeli high-tech cos look abroad when hiring

Shortages of software engineers and high salaries in Israel are pushing companies to Eastern Europe.

F-35 (Photo: PR) Israel must choose: F-35 or F-15

Boeing and Lockheed Martin are battling for billions of dollars in orders from Israel.

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Construction of new plants - EPC versus EPCM

The approach which had previously dominated the construction of new factories was to have complete separation between design and execution. This is known as EPCM – Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management.

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