It’s a tough sell to Israeli businesses.

They have been hit hard by a global slowdown in the Israeli economy and the global economic slowdown has forced many of the country’s top tech companies to relocate their offices abroad, including to places like the US.

As a result, many of them are struggling to keep their doors open.

This is not to say that there is no hope for Israeli businesses to rebound, but Israeli leaders are worried that a slow economy and a weakening dollar have already led to a severe decline in the countrys economy.

“The new world order is not a silver bullet,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said last week, at the opening of a conference on cyber security.

“But it is a very good solution to the challenges of the new world.”

Israel’s Economy in Crisis After a slow start, the Israeli economic recovery has been slow to kick in, and the country is still struggling to recover from a global economic slump.

The economy is projected to contract by 5.6% this year, according to a report from the World Bank.

The unemployment rate is still nearly 20% and the government has struggled to keep the lights on.

The country has been hit by a massive influx of refugees from Syria, Iraq, and other Middle Eastern conflicts and the economic impact of the refugee crisis.

Unemployment is the second highest in the world, with over 12% of Israelis unable to find a job.

The Israeli economy is already reeling from the loss of millions of jobs.

Israel is the world’s seventh largest economy and its unemployment rate hovers around 18% with a high of 28% at the start of the current economic crisis.

“We are already dealing with a shortage of labor, with the unemployment rate in Israel at 25%,” said Shmuel Shprydeh, director of the Institute for Regional Studies, a think tank in Tel Aviv.

“There is a lot of unemployment in Israel, but it is higher than what you might expect for a country that is the fifth largest economy in the Middle East.”

Israel has a lot to be ashamed of.

It is not the first time that Israel has had to deal with the refugee issue.

It has been dealing with that issue for quite a while,” Shprysdeh added.

The government has been trying to solve the problem with a raft of policies, ranging from more social benefits to public transportation to better schools and more affordable housing.

“It is not just that there are a lot fewer people. “

Israel is in a precarious economic situation,” said Michael Kofman, director general of the Israel Economic Research Institute.

“It is not just that there are a lot fewer people.

It also means that there’s not a lot in the way of good opportunities.”

There is no doubt that the government will face a lot more challenges this time,” he said.

Kofmans group estimates that Israel lost $11.5 billion in revenue during the first half of the year due to the refugee influx.

According to the Israeli government, it is now losing $2.5bn a month, making it the second largest economy on the planet behind the United States.

Israel has already been forced to cut off hundreds of millions in aid to its most vulnerable population: the Palestinian people.

“In many cases, it cannot survive.” “

This is a situation where it is very difficult for an Israeli business to survive,” Kofmons said.

“In many cases, it cannot survive.”

In a recent interview with the Israeli radio station Yediot Aharonot, Israeli Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu admitted that the country had to cut funding to schools in order to provide a better quality of life for its residents.

Israel’s economy is currently in a dire state, with only $5.5 trillion in GDP.

Its unemployment rate stands at nearly 22%.

In some of the poorest countries in the Western world, such as the United Kingdom and Canada, unemployment is also far lower, but in Israel it is much higher, at 26%.

The economic crisis is affecting the lives of millions around the world.

According the United Nations, there are more than 100 million people living in poverty, and more than 40% of them live in the US, where unemployment stands at 20%.

In the US alone, 1.6 million Americans are currently unemployed, according the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The economic downturn has also affected the lives and livelihoods of Israelis as well.

Many of the unemployed have moved to the US to look for work, but their jobs are not as well-paying.

Some have been left behind in Israel and have been living on welfare, while others have gone back to their families in Israel to look after their families