Electricity reform on track

In the meeting, all the parties, including Histadrut Labor Federation Chairman Ofer Eini and chairman of the IEC workers union Miko Zarfati, agreed to start joint talks on electricity reform in the next few days.

By SHARON WROBEL
September 9, 2007 08:10

 
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Finance Minister Ronnie Bar-On met on Thursday with National Infrastructures Minister Binyamin Ben-Eliezer and the Israel Electric Company to establish a timetable for intensive negotiations to implement the planned reforms in the electricity market. In the meeting, all the parties, including Histadrut Labor Federation Chairman Ofer Eini and chairman of the IEC workers union Miko Zarfati, agreed to start joint talks on electricity reform in the next few days.

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