Live video: Caesarea forum on Israeli economy

Two-day conference to feature speakers including Barak, Fischer, Steinitz, Plesner, Trajtenberg.

June 24, 2012 13:03
Yuval Steinitz and Stanley Fischer

Steinitz and Stanley Fischer 370. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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The 20th Caesarea Economic Policy Planning Forum, running from June 27-28, 2012, focuses on enhancing economic and social discourse in Israel. The conference is being hosted by the Israel Democracy Institute and the College of Management Academic Studies, and is taking place at the Dead Sea.

The Jerusalem Post's live feed from the conference will feature speakers including Defense Minister Ehud Barak, Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer, Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz, Kadima MK Yochanan Plesner, Prof. Manuel Trajtenberg and other high-level diplomatic officials.

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