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While GDP per capita in Israel increased annually by 2.3% between 2002 and 2008, according to OECD data, it grew by an average of only 1.7% between 2012 and 2018.
More than 50 government processes have been digitized, the Prime Minister's Office said, including issuing tax payment receipts and transitioning to online licensing examinations.
A recent study conducted by the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute and the Barcelona Institute for Global Health recently found that noise increases the risk of being overweight and obesity.
Report shows 3% rise in elderly Israelis in 2012; Opposition leader Herzog: Government has no plan for fighting poverty.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI, GREER FAY CASHMAN
New report attributes growth to booming high-tech, natural gas; Arab and ultra-Orthodox exclusion a central problem.
By NIV ELIS AND HERB KEINON
Labor productivity in all employment sectors except for agriculture is the lowest among developed countries.
By NIV ELIS
Number of higher education graduates in Israel tripled since 1995; in 2012, 68.2% received BA's degree, 28% awarded MA, 2.3% PhD.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
OECD cites Israel for positive demographic data and criticizes inadequate medical infrastructure and manpower.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
High tax levels and unevenly distributed tax burden drive Israelis to avoid reporting or under-report deals, study says.
The Israeli government is looking into the possibility of signing up to multilateral information exchange agreements, according to officials.
By LEON HARRIS
Yacimovich: Grim findings are "direct result of severe cuts through the Netanyahu decade."
1,300 more medical students to graduate every year to cope with the growing shortage of physicians, Health Ministry director-general vows.
In detailed response sent to the 'Post', ministry responded to a series of specific points raised by conservative US think tank.
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