Accounting for Israel’s bookkeeper-in-chief
During his term as finance minister, Yuval Steinitz managed the books competently, but missed opportunities for visionary leadership.
Yuval Steinitz is beside himself with grief. For three years he's been strutting around like a proud peacock – pleased with his invention of the "biennial budget," Israel's relatively low unemployment rates compared to Europe and the United States, his country's entry into the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development and the battle he conducted over natural gas royalties. But...
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