Netanyahu: Fischer helped Israel grow through global crisis

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January 29, 2013 16:52

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu credited outgoing Bank of Israel governor Stanley Fischer with playing a "major role" in Israel's economic growth and achievements. "His experience, his wisdom and his international connections opened a door to the economies of the world and assisted the Israeli economy in reaching many achievements, during a period of global economic crisis," he said.

"I thank Stanley Fischer. I had the privilege of working with him both as Finance Minister, when he was appointed to the position, and as Prime Minister over the past four years," Netanyahu said.

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