Despite fears that Iran could soon develop nuclear weapons, by and large Israel’s business and finance movers and shakers are confident Israel will weather whatever storm comes at them and persevere on the business front.
This week CNBC met with business leaders from all sectors of the Israeli economy to get their perspective on how the potential threat from Iran impacts business.
It all started with a trip to Northern Israel along the Syrian and Lebanese borders. About ten miles south of that border is the Israeli town of Rosh Pina, home to On Track Innovations. The company manufactures electronic devices that allow drivers to park and pay with a personal meter that’s connected to a bank or credit card account. They also make special payment meters used by gasoline stations so no cash or payment is needed on the spot.
The company's CEO is Oded Bashan. He’s says while the security situation in Israel is always in the back of your mind, it isn’t a concern for him, his investors or his customers. In fact he says his investors haven’t even brought up the issue.Page 1 of 6 | Next Page