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Israel plans to privatise loss-making Israel Military Industries Ltd (IMI), manufacturer of the legendary Uzi sub machinegun, Defence Minister Moshe Yaalon said on Wednesday. "I am pleased at the green light for the privatisation of IMI," Yaalon
40, Yuval Azulai The ministerial committee for privatization today approved the privatization of Israel Military Industries Ltd. (IMI). Minister of Finance Yair Lapid ran the meeting, which approved the plan submitted by Prime Minister's Office
IMI's Chairman of the Workers Committee, Itzik Yehuda stated simply and clearly, "Employees who work receive their salaries. Period!" " IMI rmployees are being held hostage in the battles between the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Finance.
Philippines Ayala-led electronics manufacturer Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc. (IMI) announced on Thursday that it has produced and shipped out 100,000 multi-purpose automotive cameras for German engineering and electronics firm Robert Bosch GmbH.
Israeli defense companies, including Israel Aerospace Industries and Elbit Systems, are squaring off for a $1 billion army program to replace the venerable U.S.-designed M109 self-propelled 155mm howitzer. These firms, along with Israel Military
A poor job market should logically have had a knock-on effect on B-school preplacement offers (PPOs)...It seems counter-intuitive but the worse the market, better the PPO offers to students. Also, PPOs have become a key hiring strategy for companies
14, Globes' correspondent Ehud Barak and US businessman Ira Rennert are considering bidding in the tender to acquire Israel Military Industries Ltd. (IMI). The privatization of the government defense company is due to begin soon...Barak is a former
The board of state-owned Israel Military Industries, maker of the famous Uzi submachine gun and one of Israel's leading weapons manufacturers, has approved a long-debated privatization plan that will secure the state an estimated $5.7 billion amid
The spat involves GlaxoSmithKline and the Mario Negri Institute for Pharmacological Research, a non-profit based in Italy, which has withdrawn its involvement in an antibiotic resistance study. The institute is publicly objecting to the protocol
IMI says that it has successfully undergone a series of tests at training grounds, with good hits on the targets predefined in the mission planning stage...It is based on analysis of future battlefield needs, and will soon be offered to the IDF and