The International Monetary Fund's annual mission to Israel kicked off on Wednesday with meetings at the Bank of Israel.
The nearly two-week mission will encompass meetings with business leaders, banks, top officials from the Bank of Israel and Finance Ministries, and advocacy groups such as the Manufacturers Association of Israel and the Histadrut Labor Federation.
The annual report issued as a result of the meetings can sway credit ratings and economic forecasts at financial institutions around the world.
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