By Robert Knapel for IsraelStrategist.com, April 5, 2012–
Foreign governments have realized that Israel is a valuable partner when it comes to trade and investment, and many of them are thus finding ways to work with Israeli companies.
The country of Malta has taken notice of Israel. After a Maltese business delegation visited Tel Aviv in March, the Maltese government and Malta Enterprise, a government agency that works with commercial development, trade and investment by foreign companies, signed pacts with three Israeli organizations: the Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce, the Manufacturers Association of Israel, and the Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute.
While in Israel, the delegation also met with incubators and Israeli companies in a variety of industries.
These new arrangements represent Israel’s global footprint and present an opportunity for Israeli to enter a new market–Malta.