The politicians all say that taxes will not be raised, but former senior Ministry of Finance officials tell "Globes" that VAT, income tax and corporate tax will all be hiked.
The Israeli private equity fund specializes in investments in tech and industrial companies associated with Israel.
According to the Central Bureau of Statistics' second estimate, the economy grew by 3.6% on an annualized basis in the first half of 2019.
Israel's Consumer Price Index rose 0.2% last month, with housing prices falling after months of rises.
The cancellation of the exemption on imports up to $75 would ease the budget deficit and help retailers and shopping malls, but would hit consumers hard.
The Bank of Israel says that if the government does not inject money before 2050, then old age allowances will have to be cut by 40%.
Mayor Einat Kalisch-Rotem has unveiled her vision of doubling the city's population without blighting the view from Mount Carmel.
Israel is a tech power despite not because of the government. Poor planning could see Israel squander its advantage.
TIPA CEO: We founded TIPA with the vision of offering sustainable packaging solutions that break down and return to nature.
The Israel Aerospace Industries board has approved a dividend of NIS 140 million, following improved second quarter results.
Beck-Codner is one of the highest-ranking Israeli executives at Teva Pharmaceuticals.
The Ministry of Economy and Industry and the Ministry of Environmental Protection will budget NIS 51 million for a new center to improve use of resources in industry.
Immigration is rising and emigration is falling, the Central Bureau of Statistics reports.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs accountant general has ordered a halt to all activity by Israel's overseas missions.
400 staff will leave by the end of 2019 and 800 by the end of 2020.
The commercialization companies of Israel's universities take the Central Bureau of Statistics to task for measuring their success in terms of money.
Despite moving to Jerusalem, some of the Israel Innovation Authority's employees are working secretly in Givatayim, "Globes" has found.
Israel's unclear rules on tree preservation create uncertainty for developers and homeowners.
Food journalist Ori Shavit says 35% of Israelis describe themselves as flexitarian and 5% are vegans, as consumers seeks healthier, more environmentally friendly food.
The move will enhance Israel's attractiveness for investment by international pharmaceutical companies.
Less of the money donated by North American Jews is reaching Jewish causes let alone Israel. "Globes" examines the reasons.
IMF executive Anthony De Lannoy, in Israel for Cyber Week, sees the time coming when the rest of Israel's population will refuse to finance social benefits for non-working haredim.
"Globes" tells about the voluntary disclosure procedure in which a man paid NIS 1.4 million cash to the Israel Tax Authority but then found the banks refusing to accept the rest.
Harel Finances VP Yair Mendelson explains why the shekel has gained so strongly against the dollar, while most major currencies have weakened against the US currency.
While legislation on non-sexual harassment at work has stalled in the Knesset, South Korea has set an example for Israel to follow.
Shady places are about as rare as parking places in Israel's cities, but municipalities are finally addressing the matter.
Ethiopian Ambassador to Israel Reta Alemu Nega talks about his country's fast-growing economy, and Israel's advantages there.
The civil case against Refaeli will have a huge effect on any criminal proceedings - and goes to the heart of the modern meaning of family life.
The global environment makes the bank's aggressive interest rate forecast unlikely to materialize, say analysts.
Kosher investment instruments issued by Israel's leading investment houses manage NIS 10 billion in assets.
9% of private sector employees in high tech produce 40% of Israel's exports but raising the proportion is not easy.