Vehicles that can carry passengers or cargo from one country to another can be operated by Israeli authorities as long as they meet a certain amount of requirements.

According to regulations, the government can issue permits for foreign companies to operate on its roads, but the vehicles must have been built in Israel.

Vehicles can also be registered in Israel, but there is no requirement to be Israeli.

The vehicles must be registered with the Israel Transport Ministry, which requires foreign companies with a foreign workforce to register with it.

Israel is also required to issue a permit to foreign companies if they want to operate a vehicle on its streets.

The government has issued permits for several companies to build vehicles, and some of the vehicles have been registered in Tel Aviv.

A few are registered in Dubai.

The Jerusalem Post reported that a few vehicles are registered to Israel based in Dubai, but none are registered here.

Some of the Israeli companies that have registered vehicles in Israel are Ezzedine Soufiane, who was appointed head of the Israel Export Promotion Authority (EPA) last month, and the Israeli vehicle manufacturer Haim, which was listed on the Nasdaq stock exchange last year.

Israel’s foreign ministry said the Israeli Ministry of Transportation (MOT) has approved the registrations, as the permits were issued in coordination with the Ministry of Finance.

Israel also issued a permit last year to the Israeli automobile manufacturer B.A.D., which is owned by the Abu Dhabi government, to build a commercial vehicle in the country.

The ministry said B. A. D. will be registered to the Jerusalem municipality, and will be allowed to operate in the capital.

According the ministry, Israel also issued permits to foreign automakers to build cars in Jerusalem.

However, there are many limitations on foreign car companies operating in Israel and the permits will be limited to a certain number of vehicles.

The ministry said that foreign automakers can only build two vehicles per year and that there are no more than five per month.

According this article, the Israeli ministry of transportation will allow foreign car manufacturers to operate vehicles on its highways, but they must have built them in Israel for at least one year.

According Israel’s Vehicle Owners and Operators Association (VOORA), the Israeli government is only allowed to issue permits to companies with an average foreign workforce of at least 100,000 people.

According to the VOORA, the foreign workforce includes people from China, India, and several other countries.

The VOORB issued a report in March 2015, which found that foreign auto workers accounted for only one percent of Israel’s workforce.

In an interview with the Jerusalem Post, Haim president Avraham Tov said that the Israeli company has registered to operate an additional 500 cars in Israel in the past two years.

The company said it plans to establish a small factory in Tel Hashomer to create the new vehicles.

Haim is also building a small production facility for its new cars in Tel Rumeida, which is a settlement east of Tel Aviv, which will allow it to produce 200 cars a year, Tov told the Jerusalem newspaper.

The car industry is not the only industry that is growing in Israel: Israeli tourism is also booming, with the number of foreign visitors to Israel soaring from 4.7 million in 2011 to 13.9 million in 2015.