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Shikun & Binui Reports Results Of The First Half Of 2019 With NIS 486 Million In Net Profit
Eyal Lapidot Appointed CEO Of The Shikun & Binui Group
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Shikun and Binui Ltd., formerly Housing & Construction Holding Co. Ltd., is an Israel-based infrastructure and real estate company. It operates under the following segments: Infrastructure Contracting and Construction Abroad; Infrastructure and Construction Contracting in Israel; Real Estate Development in Israel; Real Estate Development Abroad; Franchising; Renewable Energy, as well as Other Activities. It operates through its subsidiaries in Israel and across the world that carry out public-private partnership (PPP) projects, focusing on the initiation, financing, construction and operation of infrastructure and civil-engineering projects, development and construction of residential buildings, development and sale of commercial projects, construction and operation of rental properties, development of power generation facilities based on renewable energies, as well as financing, construction and operation of water desalination and purification initiatives, among others.
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Israel's police and its securities regulator said they had sufficient evidence to proceed with a bribery case against Shikun & Binui, Israel's largest construction group, its units and senior executives.
Israeli-American billionaire Shari Arison was questioned by Israeli police on Sunday in connection with an ongoing bribery investigation into the country's largest construction firm, Shikun & Binui <SKBN.TA>, her company said.
U.S.-Israeli businessman Naty Saidoff on Tuesday took control of Israel's largest construction firm Shikun & Binui Ltd, completing a deal with Arison Investments.
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