The economics of the occupation do not work in Israel's favor as you outline. The resources are sold at arms length or lower. Labor can come from many sources. The costs associated with the "tight control" are straight from the bloated treasury. What's more, the risks of boycott, and disruption from violence are a huge cost.
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