Israel's trade a window on China's needs

The recent announcement that Israel had sold another $300 million of water technology - mostly agricultural hardware - builds on a steady traditional trade link between the two countries. Of the nearly five billion dollars in trade between the two countries, almost half is water and agriculture rela...

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