100 Israeli tech companies pitch
to Chinese investors

China and Israel unite for technology. Photo via Shutterstock.com

Chinese group buys Israeli gaming
company Playtika for $4.4 billion.


Mobileye, Intel, BMW partner up for
automated car by 2021

Israel’s Mobileye contributes its unique
computer-vision and machine-learning technologies

From left, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG Harald Krüger and Mobileye Cofounder, Chairman and CTO Prof. Amnon Shashua at a news conference in Munich where they announced their partnership. Photo courtesy of BMW Group

Why automobile makers are
rushing to Israel

Honda, Toyota, Hyundai and others are seeking
out technology and expertise from the Israeli
automotive startup scene

Israelis companies at the Drupa 2016 -
a leading star technologies worldwide

HP hall 17 the largest-single exhibitor at the Drupa
in Duesseldorf 31.5-10.6 ,with significant representation

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68 Facts You Probably Didn't
Know About Israel

Microsoft CEO In Tel Aviv: “No Doubt Israeli
Human Capital Will Change The World

Top trends to watch in
Israel in 2016


Glide,Israeli-developed video messaging
app coming to Android Wear watches

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Tel Aviv Co-Working Space ‘WMN’
Empowers Women-Led Startups

The ultimate guide to Israel’s
top 18 best chefs worldwide

Bosch to set up Israel
development center

IsraFocus Marks 10 Years Anniversary
On 5th of August 2005 we launched our economy online
We take this opportunity to thank all our loyal readers
in Germany and from
different countries around the globe

Merck HQ Germany  photo: Bloomberg

50 years Israel-Germany website

German and Israeli joint work on innovations
in water technology

Deutsche Forschungsministerin in Israel

Teva pulls plans to market generic Lipitor
Reports from India say Teva will work with
Ranbaxy and Dr. Reddy's to capture a larger US
market share of the cholesterol lowering drug.

GE Healthcare invests $27.5m in Insightec
GE Healthcare has invested $40 million this year
in the Elbit Medical ultrasound device unit,
and is increasing its stake to 40%.