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18 October 2018 - 9 Heshvan 5779 - ט' חשון ה' אלפים תשע"ט
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Merrill Lynch report says Israeli wealth is on the rise E-mail

Merrill Lynch reported that 7,200 millionaires lived in Israel in 2006, 12.9% more than the previous year.

The number of Israeli multi-millionaires grew by 15% to a total of 87 people. Multi-millionaires are people whose wealth exceeds US$30 million.

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JNF blue boxes 'made in China' E-mail

Production of the legendary Jewish National Fund(JNF) Blue Boxes are now apparently too expensive to produce in Israel.

The famous tin blue boxes, used throughout the Diaspora to collect coins for the JNF, will now be made in China.

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Infinity Fund to host first executive Israel-China recruitment programme E-mail

Israel Infinity Venture Capital, IDB Holding Corp. Ltd. and I-China announced that they will launch an Israel-China Executive in Residence Recruitment Programme beginning 14 October and run through 4 November in Israel.

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Managing public relations and much more. E-mail

Some people don’t have as many business contacts as Joel Laykin has business cards with his name on it. A resident of Hong Kong since 1977, Joel has had the opportunity to try on many ‘hats’ and they all seem to somehow fit.

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Francis Gouten- defining the luxury world E-mail

Francis Gouten entered the luxury watch market over thirty-five years ago in a career that connects him to most luxury watch brands.

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