Leading Israeli economist urges Netanyahu to revamp corporate investment law
Economist Uri Yogev says reforms are necessary: The mix needs to be more cuts in government spending.
Israel has veered off track in its efforts to encourage capital investment, a leading adviser to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Friday. The economist, Uri Yogev, who is an adviser to Netanyahu on efforts to form a new coalition government as well as on economic development policy, was part of a panel of economists at a program in Tel Aviv.
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