Friday, April 19, 2013

News the HP Doesn't Cover: Israeli Exports Up

Returning to our reliable source of good news for Israel, the YnetNews Business section:

"In its 65 years of existence, the State of Israel's volume of exports (goods and services) has grown 15,000 times, from some $6 million in 1948 to some $91 billion in 2012, the Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute (IEICI) reported Tuesday in honor of Independence Day.
According to IEICI calculations, this is the sixth highest growth rate in the world during that period, putting the Israeli economy in the 38th place in terms of export volumes and 29th in terms of exports per capita, after South Korea and Britain and before France, Spain, Italy, Japan and the United States. "

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