Globes person of the year 2010: Stanley Fischer

By ADI BEN-ISRAEL, HILLEL KOREN/ GLOBES
December 12, 2010 18:14

 
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At the gala opening session of the Globes Israel Business Conference 2010 in Tel Aviv, Governor of the Bank of Israel Prof. Stanley Fischer was named person of the year for 2010.

The Globes conference, held at the David Intercontinental Hotel, is the most prestigious annual event in Israel's business sector. Executives, major political figures, and top decision makers meet to discuss the latest trends in the local and global economies.

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