Israel’s sports equipment industry is booming, but there’s still a lot of competition

The Israeli sports equipment sector is booming.

In the past 10 years, Israel has expanded its athletic field by an estimated 2.5 million square metres.

With so much of the country’s infrastructure under the control of a private sector, the country can afford to keep up the pace.

The result is that many Israelis now work in the sporting equipment industry, as well as in the entertainment and recreation industries.

Israel’s athletic field, which has grown by 2.2 million square meters, is currently the third-largest in the world behind the United States and China.

In terms of size, Israel is currently second only to South Korea.

According to the World Bank, Israeli athletic fields are among the best in the Middle East.

According for the past decade, Israel’s athletes have won the medals in the Olympic Games and the World Cup.

In fact, Israel was named the number one sports equipment manufacturer in the United Nations’ Economic Commission for Europe.

However, Israel also has a strong competitor in China.

China has invested a total of USD 2.9 billion in sports equipment since the 1990s.

The country also has one of the world’s largest sports stadiums.

China is the world leader in the construction of stadiums, and is the first country to construct its own stadium.

The stadiums, however, are expensive.

According the Beijing Olympic Games, the cost of a sports stadium in Beijing in 2020 was US$5 billion.

This is not a big problem for a country like Israel.

But it is a problem for other countries that have their own sports infrastructure.

For instance, Israel still struggles to build its own track and field facilities.

Israel is not alone in this.

As part of the recent push to build a track and sports facility in the Israeli town of Silwan, the government allocated USD 3.2 billion to the project.

As of 2020, the budget for the Silwan track and the Olympic Village was USD 1.9bn.

As a result, the project is facing a funding shortfall of USD 1 billion.

For Israel, the problem with this situation is not only that the funding has not come through but also that the infrastructure of the track and other facilities is not modern enough to support the sport that Israel needs to grow.

However this is not the only problem.

Israel has an infrastructure deficit that is even larger than the deficit in the country.

According this year, the Israeli Ministry of Infrastructure and Regional Development is projecting that the deficit will grow to USD 9 billion.

The gap between the number of people working in the public sector and the number working in private sectors is about 30 million.

This gap is projected to grow by another 30 million people over the next 10 years.

If the gap is not plugged, the gap will grow by more than 300 million people.

And this is just for the public-sector sector.

If it is not plugged, the infrastructure will continue to deteriorate.

Israel currently has over USD 50 billion in infrastructure debt, with around USD 1 trillion in total outstanding.

This debt has been accumulated since the 1970s, when Israel’s economy was still in its infancy.

Israel needs a sustainable, reliable and sustainable infrastructure to maintain its national pride.

Israel relies on a combination of private and public sectors for its infrastructure.

This means that the public needs to provide for the infrastructure and public sector needs to invest in the infrastructure.

If you can’t pay for it, you cannot sustain it.

The financial sector in Israel is heavily dependent on the public.

In addition to the public debt, there are a number of private creditors, as is the case in many other countries.

As the Israeli economy is based on the private sector and private companies are very much the engine of the economy, the banks have an interest in keeping the private debt in check.

They need to keep the private sectors afloat.

So banks are constantly working on improving the state of the private infrastructure.

In 2017, Israeli banks received a total $1.5 billion in loans.

According an IMF report, Israeli public debt has grown from USD 30 billion in 2015 to USD 56 billion in 2017.

As these private creditors have an incentive to reduce their own debt, the public will suffer a severe blow in the future.

According with this report, Israel should have been able to get by with only USD 8.8 billion in public debt as of 2016.

The public has a right to know how much public infrastructure is actually needed and is not just an arbitrary number.

The government must make the infrastructure available to the people in order to ensure that it does not become obsolete.

This will also lead to a better infrastructure for future generations.

Israel also needs to reduce its debt burden and this is what it needs to do.

There are many ways to address this.

For starters, the central bank has the power to reduce public debt.

In 2018, it increased the public subsidy to USD 4.5 for public debt by 40 percent.

This subsidy, which is not paid out directly