Netanyahu to discuss economic climate with Histadrut chair Ofer Eini

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February 26, 2009 09:16

 
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Prime Minister-designate Binyamin Netanyahu will meet Thursday morning with Histadrut Labor Federation chair Ofer Eini, Army Radio reported. The two were expected to discuss the current economic climate in Israel, and to establish a basis for the next four years. The meeting was scheduled as a result of protests at the Pri Galil factory in Hazor Haglilit earlier this week, where hundreds of workers' jobs are threatened due to the company's financial situation. Responding to the situation, Eini warned Wednesday that hundreds more factories in Israel were in danger of facing similar threats.

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