As usual, private enterprise is ahead of the game - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • An Israeli
    • 18.06.13 | 08:22 (IDT)

    compared to the government. If Bibi doesn't get on the ball, after the Iranian election, Israel is likely to go from the number 2 spot on the world's most hated list to the the number one spot, and that won't be good for business. Suggestion to Bibi: Use the release of some Palestinian prisoners as a chip. That's always a popular measure with the Palestinians, so Abbas won't want to refuse it.

    from the article: Top businessmen warn Netanyahu: Stalled peace process will ruin Israel's economy
    First published 01:15 18.06.13 | Last updated 01:15 18.06.13
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