"Info-Prod Research (Middle East) Ltd. isn't the only firm in Israel offering research and analysis of the Arab and Israeli markets. But even its rivals say that while they're collecting data on general economic trends in countries such as Saudi Arabia, Info-Prod can tell clients everything, from what kind of women's undergarments sell best there to the most popular brand of cheese at the local supermarkets..."
The Wall Street Journal, November 9, 1993
"Gil Feiler (is) one of Israel's top consultants on Arab economies"
"Info-Prod has put together valuable databases on all the countries in the region and in most industry sectors."
Business Marketing, Advertising Age, Chicago, July 1994.
"Information culled from the comprehensive databases of Info-Prod will transform Israel into a base of business transactions for the Arab world..."
Al-Ra'i (Jordan's most widely-read news daily), April 6, 1994.
"Info-Prod serves as a broker for business information throughout the Middle East... the firm has linked western firms to Middle East markets and has set up more than 20 joint ventures between Israeli and Palestinian concerns"
The Journal of Commerce, July 6,1994.
"A lack of familiarity with Arab markets has prevented many European companies from selling to the Middle East... Firms like Daimler Benz and L'oreal are now tackling this problem by working with Info-Prod... "
"... Gil Feiler, an expert on Middle East business..."
The Guardian, April 6, 1998.
"Info-Prod has information on even the smallest factories in the West Bank and Gaza"
Al-Ra'ed, Palestinian daily
Israeli businesses tiptoe into post-Baathist Iraq. With Saddam gone, a market of 15 million beckons
The Daily Star, Lebanon October 2003
“At this stage, it is invidious trying to gauge the extent of Israeli business in Iraq,” said Doron Peskin, the head of research at Info-Prod, a business information company that provides its clients with market research and political risk analysis. “There are many numbers being bandied around. Some are being propagated by people with special interests.”
Markets celebrate Netanyahu's appointment but analysts urge caution
INFOPROD's Feiler also cautioned against over optimism.
"He might talk about lowering taxes to 35 or 40 percent but who will finance it? And it's not within his power to change the world economic recession," he said, noting that the global hi-tech slowdown had been an even bigger blow to the Israeli economy than the 29-month Palestinian uprising.
"Netanyahu doesn't have much time. He's not Houdini -- he can't change everything overnight."
INFO-PROD ALERT - AL-QAEDA TAKE OVER IN SAUDI ARABIA POSSIBLE, 10 November 2003
IPR Strategic Information Database
"An al-Qaeda takeover in Saudi Arabia is a realistic possibility in the medium term, based on several undercurrents in the Kingdom, Info Prod Research (Middle East) Ltd. Said on Monday in a special alert to international investors"