Imports of consumer products rose 28 percent, or $945 million over the first seven months of the year, to $4.3 billion, the economic research department in the Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce said Sunday.
According to the FICC, imports of cars rose 47.5% to $955m, furniture imports grew 22.3% to $223m. and imports of electrical products grew 37% to $721m.
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