MAJOR COMMERCIAL CITIES: Ramallah, but as of connections with Israel have many other as the same cities concluded within Israel.
MAJOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS: Ben Gurion International Airport (Israel), Ramon International Airport (Israel)
MAJOR SEAPORTS: The Port of Ashdod - just 40 km from Tel Aviv, it is the closest to the country's major commercial centres and highways. Ashdod Port has been operating since 1965 and is one of the few ports in the world built on open sea. The Port of Ashdod - just 40 km from Tel Aviv, it is the closest to the country's major commercial centres and highways. Ashdod Port has been operating since 1965 and is one of the few ports in the world built on open sea.
RAIL AND ROADWAYS: There is no rail network in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Israel Railways (Hebrew: רכבת ישראל "Rakévet Yisraél") is Israel's government-owned national railway company and is responsible for all inter-city and suburban railway passenger and freight traffic in the country. It utilises the standard gauge in all its lines. The network is centred on the coastal plain from where lines radiate out from Tel Aviv in many directions. Salah al-Din Road, also known as the Salah ad-Deen Highway, is the main highway of the Gaza Strip. It is 45 kilometers long, and runs the entire length of the Gaza Strip from the Erez Crossing to Israel in the north to the Rafah Crossing to Egypt in the south.
EXPORT GOODS: The top exports of Palestine are Tropical Fruits ($31.3M), Pure Olive Oil ($19.2M), Scrap Iron ($18.8M), Building Stone ($13.2M), and Packaged Medicaments ($7.77M),
EXPORT PARTNERS: exporting mostly to Jordan ($45.1M), United Arab Emirates ($21.7M), Saudi Arabia($13.1M), Turkey ($9.03M), and Belarus ($7.07M)
IMPORT GOODS: The top imports of Palestine are Cars ($103M), Cement ($60.5M), Baked Goods($44.6M), Chocolate ($33.3M), and Packaged Medicaments ($32.7M),
IMPORT PARTNERS: importing mostly from Jordan ($178M), Egypt ($153M), Germany ($87.3M), China ($81.9M), and Turkey($67.6M)