As the world’s second largest economy, Israel is home to a diverse workforce, and the environment is a major part of that.
But as a new report by the U.S.-based think tank, The Institute for Policy Studies, details, the country has an economy that is largely dominated by industry.
This industry relies heavily on the natural resources it exploits and the labor it pays to maintain them.
But the report also highlights a broader issue that has long been overlooked: The country’s economic system is geared toward large corporations, not small ones.
In Israel, there are nearly 2,000 companies with more than 10,000 employees, according to the U-T San Francisco, and there are a whopping 3,700 companies with fewer than 10 employees, the report found.
These companies are not only the backbone of Israel’s economy, but also the primary source of the country’s wealth.
According to the report, in 2012, the largest private sector employer in Israel was a company called the Israeli Agricultural Bank (ABI), with 2,965 employees.
It was the fourth largest employer in the country, and Israel’s third-largest industry.
In fact, the ABI employs more than 1.3 million people.
According a 2016 report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance, a global energy research firm, the Israeli economy as a whole has a total of $8.3 trillion in annual revenue.
In contrast, the U,T San Fran article found, Israel’s economic sector as a share of the gross domestic product (GDP) is a mere 6.6 percent.
The report notes that these numbers are a far cry from the more than 80 percent of the Israeli GDP that is comprised of private companies.
“The Israel Economy is Not a Super-Country,” the report stated, citing data from the Israeli Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Innovation, which shows that there are more than 7,200 companies in Israel that are in the private sector.
Of these, “only 1,934 are in Israel-Israel businesses,” the authors wrote.
In other words, more than 90 percent of Israeli companies are privately owned, and most of those companies are owned by private corporations.
“Israel is not a super-country,” the Institute for Population and Development and the UTA San Francisco report concluded.
The Institute’s report also found that “Israel’s economy is the most unequal in the world” with nearly four in 10 workers making less than $18,000 annually.
In a separate report, the Institute of Governmental Research found that, despite its low per capita GDP, Israel has the third highest level of inequality in the Middle East.
According the report from The Institute, inequality in Israel is more than double that of the United States.
The disparity is also highest in the Gaza Strip, where poverty is almost 20 percent and unemployment is almost 25 percent.
According that report, Israel ranks among the top five countries in the United Nations in terms of inequality.
As Israel’s inequality is so extreme, it also has one of the highest rates of inequality of any Arab state.
The state is ranked 27th in the World Bank’s 2017 Global Disabilities Index, and it ranks at number nine in the OECD’s 2017 World Development Indicators.
This is despite the fact that the Israeli public is more likely to experience income inequality than the publics of most other Arab countries.
“Israeli inequality is more extreme than the countries in our sample, and this gap is likely due to its unequal distribution of income and wealth,” the researchers concluded.
For more on inequality in our world, watch our documentary “Israel: The Global State.”
“Israel Is a Land of Opportunity,” a film released by the United Nation’s Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ESO), focused on the plight of Israeli children in the occupied territories.
“Many of the most disadvantaged children in Israel are living in areas that are largely under the control of the Palestinian Authority,” the film’s trailer states.
“Children are living on a daily basis in areas under the jurisdiction of Israeli authorities.
They are living under constant threat from the police and from the army.”
The video also stated that Israel’s “system of separation and denial of basic human rights is not based on any kind of justice, but rather on the belief that there is no distinction between the state and the people.”
The Israeli government has consistently called for the release of Palestinian children, who are held in military detention centers.
The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has criticized Israel for its lack of respect for Palestinian children.
In May, Israel passed a law that allows children under the age of 12 to be forcibly taken from their parents.
The law, passed in 2015, requires parents to inform their children’s guardians when the child is about to be released and to allow their children to see their parents if the parents cannot provide them with a safe place to go.
As the UT San Diego report noted, the law