LRT is Israel’s most expensive project ever, costing an estimated $14 billion and taking more than 30 years to complete.
The first phase is set to be completed in 2019.
The second phase is scheduled to be operational by 2020.
The third phase is expected to be finished by 2021.
The project is expected, at this stage, to generate revenue of about $30 billion and bring about 1,200 new jobs.
However, according to the Hebrew-language newspaper Haaretz, construction of the project is being delayed due to the conflict between the government and the Israeli Arab minority.
Israel’s construction and construction work industry, the country’s most important industry, has been suffering during the last two decades due to a number of reasons, including low private sector participation in the sector.
The most important problem is that construction projects are often financed by private investors and are often not financed by the government, as Israel has been unable to find sufficient private financing.
The construction industry is also a vulnerable sector, with the most recent statistics showing that the average rate of employment for the sector was just 0.7% in 2014.
In 2015, the government was forced to intervene in the construction sector, following the outbreak of the second intifada in 2011.
In response, it launched a number “emergency” projects.
The government announced the creation of the “Project for Reconstruction” and the “Construction for Reconstruction Fund.”
The latter was designed to help construction companies in the country with their reconstruction projects.
In 2016, the Israeli government started the “Tefila Project,” which will consist of the construction of 5,500 apartments, some of which will be built on private land.
The project will cost approximately $1.4 billion and is scheduled for completion in 2021.
The second phase of the LTA will be financed by a private bond, but the third phase of construction will be done through the Israeli Development Fund, which is a state-owned enterprise that has been established since its creation in 1991.
The fund has received a large number of private funding.
As the state’s economic recovery has been slow to come to a close, it has been forced to spend heavily on the construction industry, with a number construction projects cancelled and many companies being closed down.
Construction workers carry construction equipment in a construction site in the Gaza Strip, November 9, 2020.
According to the Israeli news site, Ynet, construction companies were forced to shut down several construction sites in the coastal city of Beersheba in 2016.
According to Israeli media, Beershibs construction contractors were ordered to close down its four large-scale construction projects, including the Beersheiros, Beytenu, Kavnei Ha-Veda and Ha-Zadon projects.
Beershib’s construction workers walk down a street in Beershelba, northern Gaza Strip November 9 and 12, 2020 A Palestinian construction worker carries construction equipment at a construction project in the southern Gaza Strip on November 9.
A construction worker works in a building in the northern Gaza strip November 9 after the Israeli military demolished several large-size structures According the Haaretz report, in January 2017, Israel closed down the Beyesh construction site on Beersherba, where the company had been planning to build a large-sized apartment complex.
During the second and third intifadas, the construction companies on Beresheba were forced into bankruptcy.
Due to the crisis, construction on the Bereshelba project was suspended.
In 2017, construction was resumed on Beyshelba’s other project, the Ha-Ezer project, which was supposed to build the city’s largest apartment complex, the Dahanah Apartments.
On November 9 this year, a bulldozer destroyed several large construction structures in the city, causing significant damage to the surrounding area.
Despite this, construction continued on Beyish’s projects.
According the Israeli media The Beysh is a large apartment complex in Beysherba November 9 According to Haaretz, the Construction for Relief Fund is a new organization created by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon to finance the construction and development of infrastructure projects for the needy.
It is designed to finance infrastructure projects and infrastructure projects in the Israeli economy.
The Fund is headed by the Minister of Finance.
Currently, the Fund is financing construction projects in Israel, and a number have been approved to be built, including a number for the Bezalel and Beit El neighborhoods.
An Israeli army soldier stands guard at the site of an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on November 8, 2020, The construction of Beysheba, Israel’s largest and most expensive apartment complex In 2017, the Beyshalah Apartment Project was completed and construction on it commenced.
Following construction on Beisheba’s projects, Haaretz reported that Ha-Din Construction