Sweeping reforms needed to end government companies' shenanigans
Some government corporations, like the Airports Authority and the Israel Electric Corporation, accumulate huge debts while regulators fail to play the responsible adult.
Is the Airports Authority about to commit suicide by building a new airport in southern Israel, putting itself into a cash-flow hole of NIS 9 billion? If so, it won't be the first government whale to wittingly off itself.
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