Les articles de Janos Fernandez
Israel: Tsofen Association wants Arab engineers to number 20,000 by 2025
The non-profit organization Tsofen aims to increase Arab participation in the high-tech sector. She partnered with Arab local government leaders to establish a five-year NIS 800 million plan to increase the number of Arab engineers to 20,000 within five years.
Algeria: The state-owned hydrocarbons company (Sonatrach) signed a memorandum of understanding for oil cooperation with German producer Wintershall Dea
Sonatrach and Wintershall are strengthening their cooperation through the signing of a memorandum of understanding which will cover exploration, production in Algeria and investment abroad. The agreement will allow the German company to increase its presence in the Algerian hydrocarbon sector.
Israel: Irrigation firm Netafim wins $ 85 million contract in India
Netafim, the pioneer of drip irrigation systems wins $ 85 million contract for 35,000 farmers in India. The originality lies in the concept of "irrigation community", namely the pooling of infrastructure in order to generate economies of scale.
Libya suffers losses of $ 8 billion following oil blockade
In Libya, the closure of oil operations resulted in losses of more than $ 8 billion for public funds between January and August. The situation has also created power outages in the east, where the populations are hit hard by the high summer heat.
Israel: Self-employed workers particularly affected by economic consequences of coronavirus
The Israel Democracy Institute (IDI) has highlighted the plight of independents following the pandemic. One in five self-employed workers in Israel is out of work and 65% of people have suffered loss of income in the wake of the pandemic.
Palestine : EU releases 23 million euros to pay salaries of health and education workers.
The Palestinian Authority has announced that it can only pay part of the salaries of civil servants. Brussels has released a grant of 23 million euros that will partially pay the June salaries of 43,000 civil servants, primarily those in the medical and educational sector.