Israel and a future Palestine should negotiate an economic agreement that allows for free movement of goods and is based on close cooperation, a study by Israeli and Palestinian business leaders concluded.
Such a "Free Trade Agreement Plus" would benefit both economies, for a total of about $25 billion over 10 years, said one of the authors of the study, Palestinian economist Saeb Bamya.
The study was conducted over six months by the Palestine International Business Forum, a group of Palestinian and Israeli business leaders. The group was to hold a conference Wednesday in Jerusalem
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