Kachlon to head Netanya think tank

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
June 22, 2013 21:22

 
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Former Social Welfare Minister Moshe Kachlon announced over the weekend that his next job would be head of a new think tank at the Netanya Academic College that will focus on finding creative solutions to the rising cost of living in Israel. Kachlon, who was responsible for reforms in the cellular market that significantly reduced consumers cellular bills, received a promise before the January election to chair the Israel lands Authority. But Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu reneged on the promise. The former minister recently returned from a fellowship at Harvard. He has received a law degree and an honorary doctorate from the Netanya Academic College.

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