Average Passover gift coupon rises to NIS 540

About 70% of the manufacturers hand out gift coupons a week before Pessah and 26% two weeks before the holiday.

By SHARON WROBEL
April 11, 2006 08:11
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The average value of gift coupons for Pessah, given out by 96 percent of the country's factories rose 24% to NIS 540 compared with last year, according to the Manufacturers' Association. Passover gift coupons for manufacturers' employees came to a total of NIS 200 million out of the estimated total of NIS 1.5 billion in the entire economy. About 70% of the manufacturers hand out gift coupons a week before Pessah and 26% two weeks before the holiday.

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