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Dubi Ben-Gedalyahu  illustration : Gil Gibli Hard times ahead for car sales in Israel

New car deliveries fell only slightly in the first half of 2019 but can be expected to plunge in the second half.

Yisrael Katz Photo; ASAP Creative Shutterstock Israeli minister's Chinese romance provokes US

Recruiting a Chinese company to operate Haifa Bay Port was a highlight of Transport Minister Yisrael Katz's pro-China policy, but US intervention threatens a repeat of the Phalcon affair crisis with China.

Mobileye Photo: PR Did Intel get a bargain?

Intel's acquisition of Mobileye was one fairly small move in the great global auto-tech game.

Mobileye a magnet for investment in Israel

The stream of global venture capital investment in Israel's auto-tech industry will now reach huge proportions.

Better Place in wrong place at wrong time

The idea is right: carmakers, including those that gave Better Place a chilly reception, are investing serious capital in long-term plans to develop electric cars.

Dubi Ben-Gedalyahu  illustration : Gil Gibli A diplomatic crisis Israel cannot afford

Transport Minister Yisrael Katz's Facebook posts about his reprimand of Ford and US Embassy officials have vanished.

Dubi Ben-Gedalyahu  illustration : Gil Gibli Roadside cameras are about money, not safety

Junction cameras mainly catch vehicles going through on green, just too fast -but are they lucrative!

Dubi Ben-Gedalyahu  illustration : Gil Gibli Counting the cost of traffic cameras

Malam Team will receive NIS 335 million for the project, and NIS 22 million a year in operating fees - NIS 400,000 per camera per year.

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