Chinese car manufacturing giant SAIC is founding an R&D center in Israel for advanced auto technologies.
Car purchases accounted for much of the increase in both private consumption and investments in 2016, the Finance Ministry says.
The North Rhine-Westphalia Economic Development Agency (NRW) will visit Israel next month looking for new technologies.
Israel Export Institute: The exchange rate is the worst it has been since 1999.
At the same time, penalties for breach of regulations will become more severe.
The government is linking subsidies to egged cutting its market share from 37% to 20%.
Poor families saw greater growth in income than rich families in 2007-2015.
Israel's Water Authority is not optimistic that winter rainfall will reach the multi-year average.
"Growth is also reaching the economically disadvantaged."
However, Moody's Kristin Lindow warns that expanding West Bank settlements is distancing countries from Israel.
ScienceAbroad is promoting entrepreneurship programs to bring home Israel academics.
The Chinese authorities are combatting the exit of capital from the country by imposing restrictions on overseas investments.
Many in Jerusalem's Germany Colony are up in arms over plans to route the light rail Blue Line on Emek Refaim Street.
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: When the change occurs, its speed and force will surprise everyone.
Plants slated to compete with China in cheap production are projected to provide 13,000 jobs for Jordanians and Israelis.
Israel has no separate budget for expenditure beyond the Green Line, so the answer depends on whom you talk to.
Shortages of software engineers and high salaries in Israel are pushing companies to Eastern Europe.
IRC Israel CEO Ron Magen talks about the growing need to find top executives for multinationals with Israel operations.