Geneva Initiative Annexes
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...ects a deteriorating relationship with Europe, and some are increasingly anxious over potential effects for commerce should Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s new coalition firmly rejec...

...wo years we were partially closed,” said Nameer T. Khayyat, general director of the Nablus Chamber of Commerce and Industry.   He described how, during those years, Israel’s milit...

...s, borders, and Jerusalem. In addition, the group met with Italian officials from the Ministry of Trade and Commerce and with other local leaders of the business community. The event was organized w...

...rld — for terror away," he told an audience of Egyptian businessmen from the American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt. "It would have more impact by far than anything else that could be d...

5. The Real Palestinian Revolution
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...al — real enough that Israel has taken down most of the checkpoints inside the West Bank. So internal commerce and investment are starting to flow, and even some Gazans are moving there. “...

6. The Ballgame and the Sideshow
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...and order in all the major West Bank towns, triggering an explosion of Palestinian building, investment and commerce in those areas.   Here are highlights: the Jordanians have trained and t...

7. Mitchell's moment of truth
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...ng of some Palestinian institutions in occupied east Jerusalem such as Orient House and the Arab Chamber of Commerce. Needless to say, Netanyahu has insisted that these concessions will not be made al...

8. Green Shoots in Palestine II
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
... the Israeli Army dismantling more checkpoints in the West Bank that has led to more Palestinian travel and commerce.   Because the West Bank today is largely hidden from Israelis by a wall, ...

9. A new Palestine
(News Room/Op Ed - 2009)
...the past year alone about 12 new restaurants have opened in the city. At midnight the streets are bustling, commerce is lively and the nightclubs are celebrating. Like Hariri's Beirut, Fayyad's Ramall...

... began his retirement by leading the Institute for 21st Century Energy set up by the powerful US Chamber of Commerce, examining ways of safeguarding clean energy supplies while ensuring national secur...

... about attempts at terror attacks emanating from the region, and clashes with the IDF have almost subsided. Commerce and industry have improved slightly, and - what is most important, from the Palesti...

... and welcome to Nablus," one policeman told an Israeli Arab driver, with a winning smile. Chamber of Commerce President Basel Kanaan said such a scene would have been impossible had Nablus not ...

...e key to Mideast peace, and said Israel should ease travel restrictions in the West Bank that have hindered commerce. But his strongest comments were reserved for the settlements: "I think the...

14. Down Payment on Mideast Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...as’s government solvent. What the Palestinian economy really needs is private investment to reanimate commerce and revive trade with the world. That can only happen once Israel agrees to remove ...

15. Making the inevitable happen
(News Room/Op Ed - 2007)
...is elite is highly educated, but it cannot build its markets or businesses when Israeli checkpoints disrupt commerce daily. Likewise, it needs a coherent government that represents all Palestinians --...

...y count this would be their fifth such pledge), free some prisoners, remove roadblocks and ease passage for commerce (again, an old, yet unfulfilled, pledge - though always welcome) and agree to a gen...

17. Contacts with Hamas
(News Room/Op Ed - 2006)
... Palestinian side, since it can be beneficial when it comes to matters like the bird flu, economic affairs, commerce and services. Such cooperation could help gradually normalize Israel's relations wi...

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