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Israel Export Institute

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Israel Export Institute
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Parent departmentMinistry of Economy

The Israel Export Institute (IEI; Hebrew: מכון היצוא הישראלי, romanizedmaḥon ha-yitsu ha-yisra'eli) is an Israeli governmental agency which operates under the Ministry of Economy. The Institute's goal is to promote the export of Israeli products.[1] As of June 2023, the Institute's director general is Nili Shalev, and its Chairwoman is Ayelet Nahmias-Verbin.[2]

Established in 1958, the institute is a non-profit organization which exists to promote the export of Israeli products and services in cooperation with the Ministry of Economy, as well as foreign and domestic businesses. The Institute is jointly owned by the Israeli Government, Histadrut, Manufacturers Association of Israel and Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce, and is funded by the Government and Manufacturers Association, as well as Independent revenues.[3]

In December 2022, newly-appointed Economy Minister Nir Barkat issued a Invitation to tender for a private entity to fulfill the IE's role alongside it.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Azulay, Yuval (2023-02-02). "המדינה מנסה להעביר את פעילות מכון היצוא לזכיין חיצוני". calcalist (in Hebrew). Retrieved 2023-06-09.
  2. ^ "אנשי קשר". Israel Export Institute (in Hebrew). Retrieved 2023-06-09.
  3. ^ Titlebaum, Shlomo (2021-11-25). "איילת נחמיאס ורבין מונתה ליו"רית מכון היצוא". calcalist (in Hebrew). Retrieved 2023-06-09.