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The company guiding Israeli businesses through the U.S. investment bureaucracy minefield by Eyal Bar-Or (En)
It may have flown under the radar, but a new rule issued in October by the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s office that administers reviews of foreign investments in and by U.S. companies has the potential to shake up Israel’s investment industry. As a result, it could also have major repercussions for the country’s startup sector, says Eyal Bar-Or, founder and CEO of Safe-Zone, a defense and dual-use export control system, that analyses and investigates products, materials and components, with a focus on the complex and often crucial U.S. market.
Lines Company volunteers to help Safe-Zone help high-tech employees and managers save their options
The risk of US enforcement enforcement high-tech companies increased significantly after Pompeo visited Israel.
The Israeli Safe-Zone company provides the Israeli companies with the multi-layered defense system at unique post-Corona prices.
The system ensures compliance with U.S. law, from anywhere and every entity, thereby preventing the destruction of value in start-ups that many are not aware of and do not handle.
Lines Company Help was also posted on the “After IDF” Facebook group.
The high-tech company SAFE ZONE was located on Ha-Shomer Street in Haifa between a synagogue and a grocery store
The article was published on the Haifa news site.
The article was published in the digital magazine “The Marker” by Haaretz newspaper on December 2019
The article was published in Haaretz’s foreign trade magazine on November 2019
Is the "responsive strategy" the right solution for Israeli high-tech dealing with US international oversight? by Eyal Bar-Or (He)
The article was published in IATI (Israel Advanced Technology Industries).