One year after protests, Israel's consumers mark partial success in lowering prices
Trajtenberg committee member warns that deeper structural changes are needed in the economy.
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Hila Weisberg, Itai Trilnick, Nimrod Bousso
It has been around a year since the protests against the cost of cottage cheese and housing transformed the Israeli consumer's consciousness, lowered prices at supermarket chains and changed government policy.