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Israel's commercial hub – home to approximately 430,000 residents – was ranked 28th just five years ago, based on a comparison of prices across 160 products and services.
Two times in as many weeks, hundreds of demonstrators in Tel Aviv donned yellow vests to oppose increases in the price of electricity, water and food, as well as to dismantle the power of monopolies.
"The Israeli government must discuss this crisis at its next meeting on Sunday, and decide to put an end to the price increases before all the country burns," said protest leader Shai Cohen.
The snooping can have an opposite effect.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
"Police and media already judged and convicted me and sent me to Devil's Island," Kirschenbaum says.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Moshé Kahlon pourrait bien tenir entre ses mains la composition du futur gouvernement
By LESLIE SUSSER
Package is 60% less expensive than current market prices, Cellcom says.
By NIV ELIS
Herzog is calling for an "emergency plan" to deal with housing, poverty and the cost of living.
NIS 70 m. complex scheduled to be completed in October 2016, will provide 400 beds.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Infrastructure Minister Silvan Shalom vows to work for further reductions, but prices will still be double what they were in 2009.
Combien vont coûter les élections ? Quelles conséquences aura ce scrutin anticipé sur l’économie israélienne ? Qu’adviendra-t-il des réformes en cours ? Entretien avec Richard Sitbon, économiste
By RICHARD SITBON
When it goes into effect, landlords will not be allowed to raise the rental price by more than two percent a year for three years.
"Beginning in 2015, there will be no water disconnections in the State of Israel."
By SHARON UDASIN
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