GLENDALE, Calif., April, 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Israeli Parliament recently passed a law that bans foreign traders who support boycotts on Israel and illegal Jewish settlements in occupied Palestinian lands. This has signaled a growing clamor for the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement.
With the on-going efforts of international companies and celebrities, the BDS movement has greatly developed as they try to hold Israel accountable for all illegal actions against Palestinians.
Export Portal demands an end to a politically-driven trading rhetoric and to focus on international trade and business. As one of the most reliable trading platforms, Export Portal believes that a rhetoric-based trading system is a dangerous way to conduct international business.
Whether it's boycotting Israeli-made products or Israel cutting its ties with other nations, Export Portal sees this as a hindrance to global business diversity. According to Export Portal CEO Ally Spinu, "Boycotting Israel and divesting funds away from Israel is detrimental to business because this closes doors of opportunities at discovering great products from respectable vendors at fair prices."
Global economic prosperity depends on equal, balanced trading between countries. As a stronghold in the export and import industry, Export Portal is designed to bolster relationships and principled transactions between nations. Export Portal helps small- to large-scale businesses have smooth transactions from the moment they talk to manufacturers to the time the merchandise is delivered.
With their broad network between cooperative governments and businesses, Export Portal will help solidify Israeli businesses succeed in today's global market. Export Portal encourages responsible businesses owners in Israel seeking new markets and partnerships to register on exportportal.com today.
For more information, visit ExportPortal.com or call at (800) 289-0015.
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