8 stories about Weapons
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India Removes Buying Restrictions on Israeli Arms Manufacturers Rafael, IAI, Report Says

08.04.18|Hezi Sternlicht
The two Israeli defense manufacturers were placed on the “restricted procurements” list after their names surfaced in a corruption investigation involving a former Indian Defense Minister
יוניברסל אוויוניקה אלביט

Israeli Weapons Maker Elbit on Path to Buy U.S.-Based Universal Avionics

22.03.18|Amarelle Wenkert
Elbit Systems received governmental approval to buy the American company. The deal is set to close in the coming weeks
בוצי מכליס בצלאל מכליס נשיא ו מנכל אלביט מערכות

Elbit Wins $65 Million Contract to Supply Search and Rescue Systems to an Unnamed Country in Asia-Pacific

14.03.18|Amarelle Wenkert
Earlier this week, Elbit secured a deal to buy Israeli state-owned arms manufacturer IMI for $523 million
בוצי מכליס בצלאל מכליס נשיא ו מנכל אלביט מערכות

Israeli Defense Contractor Elbit to Buy State-Owned Weapons Manufacturer IMI for $523 Million

11.03.18|Omri Milman and Golan Hazani
In January, Calcalist reported that Elbit has reached the final stages of negotiations for the acquisition. The Israeli government agreed to privatize IMI in 2013
טילי ספייק של רפאל בייצור של יורוספייק

Rafael Signs €108 Million Spike Missile Deal With the Latvian Military

14.02.18|Amarelle Wenkert
A 2016, $500 million Spike missile deal with India is back on the drawing board after it was retracted, then reinstated by the Indian government in January
בוצי מכליס בצלאל מכליס נשיא ו מנכל אלביט מערכות

Elbit Wins $150 Million Contract With the Australian Department of Defence

25.01.18|Amarelle Wenkert
As part of the five-year deal, Elbit will provide through-life support (TLS) services for the Australian military’s battle management system command and control
בוצי מכליס בצלאל מכליס נשיא ו מנכל אלביט מערכות

Elbit Nearing Acquisition of Israeli Arms Manufacturer IMI

15.01.18|Golan Hazani
If finalized, Israeli defense contractor Elbit would pay $515 million (NIS 1.75 billion) for the Israeli government-owned weapons manufacturer
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Israeli Manufacturers Sold Arms for $7.9 Billion in 2016, Report Says

11.12.17|Amarelle Wenkert
Global geopolitical unrest sent annual weapon sales up in 2016 for the first time in five years, according to a report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute