Kahlon: Bank reform is next step after cellular, TV

December 19, 2012 17:42


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Banks are the next industry in need of reform after cellular communications and television, Communications and Welfare Minister Moshe Kahlon declared Wednesday.

“The weak do not have the strength to bargain, shout and influence. The strong are those who receive the cheapest prices. The students are the ones who fund the tycoons,” he said during a speech at the Sderot Conference for Society.

Kahlon, who is not running for re-election in January, stressed that he has nothing against tycoons but rather is motivated by a desire to help consumers.

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