Ayelet Nachmias-Rabin has been appointed chairman of the Export Institute

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The board of the Export Institute unanimously approved the candidacy of former MK Ayelet Nachmias-Rabin for the next chairmanship of the Export Institute. Nachmias-Rabin will take office at the end of December and will replace Adiv Baruch, who is ending his term.

Ayelet Nachmias-Rabin is a former Knesset member in the 20th Knesset, and among other activities she headed the Industry Lobby and the Israel-Greece Friendship Lobby. In 2016 she received the Outstanding Parliamentary Award. Nachmias-Rabin currently serves as vice president of the Manufacturers Association, chairman of “Plastic Relief” and a director at various companies, along with other public positions such as chairman of JReady, the Jewish Agency’s Emergency Activities Initiative, the Terrorist Victims’ Fund and chairman of the Ben Gurion Board. in Tel Aviv.

Nachmias-Rabin is a lawyer by training, and she will be the first woman to head the Israeli Export Institute. With her appointment today you said: “This is a particularly exciting day for me. As someone who grew up in a home where the factory comes first, where my father sent the first crate for export back in the 70s, my brother and I face the challenges since his death. Hoping and concerned about what is happening and excited about the right to influence as chairman of the institute.

“Exports are now at a precedent-setting juncture, and we are facing difficult challenges. Now we face the activity of competitors abroad and the weakening of the dollar and the euro, which undermine the foundations on which exports rest, both exports of goods and services. “The raw materials and transportation are parallel to the increase, but the high-tech industry is at a very sensitive and dangerous junction. I thank the outgoing chairman, Adiv Baruch, for an important and significant service during a fascinating and challenging period on the other.”

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