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Israel’s tech sector investments drop by practically half in 2022, reflecting the slowdown within the world economic system

Investments in Israel’s tech sector dropped by practically half in 2022, reflecting a world financial slowdown, a nonprofit group reported Tuesday.

Startup Nation Central, which tracks the business in Israel, stated the overall worth of investments within the tech sector sank from an all-time excessive of $27 billion in 2021 to about $15.5 billion final yr. The tech business accounts for greater than half the nation’s exports, based on official knowledge.

It cited the worldwide financial downturn and stated the development was not distinctive to Israel.


Cybersecurity companies suffered the hardest hit, with a funding decline of greater than 60% between 2021 and final yr, SNC stated. Other sectors that every suffered a decline in funding sank by about 42%, the research discovered.

Israelis are pictured above working on computers at the "CyberGym" school in the coastal city of Hadera. Investments in Israel's tech sector dropped by nearly half in 2022, reflecting a global economic slowdown. 

Israelis are pictured above engaged on computer systems on the “CyberGym” college within the coastal metropolis of Hadera. Investments in Israel’s tech sector dropped by practically half in 2022, reflecting a world financial slowdown. 
(AP Photo/Dan Balilty)

The group stated the drop occurred within the final half of 2022 on account of inflation and rate of interest hikes, in addition to provide chain issues and different points associated to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Over 400 tech business executives and employees in latest weeks warned Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a letter that his hard-line coalition’s proposals may hurt the sector and discourage international funding.

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