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What economic legacy does Netanyahu leave behind? - analysis

As Benjamin Netanyahu concludes 12 years as Israel's prime minister, what is the legacy he leaves behind for Israel's economy?


How do Israel's travel requirements compare to other countries?

"I'd say Israel is probably the country with the widest margins of error and the safest procedures in place of those who are at all opening," a source told The Jerusalem Post.


Finance Ministry: Economy may need five years to recover from crisis

The report forecasts two possible scenarios: One in which the country manages to dance with the virus and one in which there are extreme spikes in morbidity.

Israel economic growth slows to 3.3%, weakest since 2015

Growth in 2020 is expected to remain close to 3%, but Bank of Israel policymakers have expressed caution, given the current government stalemate.


Israeli healthcare expenditure rises, remains below OECD average

While current national healthcare expenditure as a share of GDP is lower than average spend in OECD countries, Israel's expenditure was higher than 10 other OECD nations.


Bank of Israel leaves interest rate unchanged at 0.25%

Except for December 2018, the annual inflation rate has remained at 1.2% or higher over the past nine months, slightly above the lower bound of the bank's 1%-3% target range.

Economy Minister Eli Cohen at the Maariv Leaders Conference

Economy Minister says Israel will be leading OECD economy within decade

Speaking at the Maariv Leaders Conference in Jerusalem, Cohen said Israel could rise from its current ranking by focusing on the country's hi-tech and energy sectors.

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Netanyahu touts Israel for surpassing Japan in GDP per capita

Israel enjoys GDP per capita of $42,120. In contrast, Japan's GDP per capita is $40,850.

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Finance Committee to vote on executive-pay bill

The bill would put a series of regulations in place for executives making over NIS 3.5 million a year.

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