Eight IAI ELTA ELM-2084 Multi-Mission Radars (MMR) with air surveillance, air defense, and artillery capabilities will be delivered between 2021 and 2023.
Germany has supplied Israel with submarines for three decades, but an anti-corruption clause inserted into the option on further procurement is liable to bring that to an end.
Why did the prime minister let Germany sell strategic submarines to Egypt? How many submarines does Israel really need? Will Michael Ganor regret not turning state's witness?
Michael Ganor and Eliezer Marom are accused of bribery, and David Shimron of money laundering in a separate case.
Dividends from state-owned companies in Israel are expected to top NIS 1 billion this year.
After selling 8% of the company's shares, private equity firm FIMI Opportunity Funds still holds a 35% stake.
Israel Aerospace Industries posted a $32 million net profit in the third quarter.
The company's gross profit ratio fell from 29.1% to 26.3%.
Among other things, senior IDF commanders will take part in marketing efforts in export target countries.
A PwC report for the Ministry of Defense is against a share offering for Israel Aerospace Industries, but the Government Companies Authority, backed by McKinsey, is in favor.
The capital market believes that Israel Aerospace management's figure for valuation in a public offering is over-optimistic.
The government is investing NIS 200 million in the new institute, which will be part of the Soreq Nuclear Research Center.
An industrial and academic consortium aims to provide the knowledge infrastructure for quantum-based military and civilian developments.