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    • nadav
    • 13.11.12 | 16:29 (IST)

    please prove your point! Israel actually has better ties with more countries now than its entire history- especially with emerging economies in Africa and Asia! Bibi has made our economy grow higher than almost any other OECD country; real income has increased; job demand in the hi tech sector has increased; a national railroad plan was created for the FIRST time in Israel's history; AND despite the turmoil in the Mideast, Israel has stayed clear of the Arab spring violence! I think Bibi should be commended, NOT berated for making Israel's economy stable and growing. If it weren't for the Chavista populist socialists, like 'Red' Shell Yechimovich, you and the author of this article, Bibi would be able to finish the needed reforms to break the cartels in agriculture and industry, open the market to imports tariff- free to lower costs, fsign the Open Skies policy that he initiated (but is blocked by interest groups) and end subsidies to the lazy. He's got my vote!

    from the article: Old white men - Netanyahu, for example – have run Israel far too long
    First published 13:41 13.11.12 | Last updated 13:41 13.11.12
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