Sherman, what you say may, just maybe be true for the U.S. market where competition regulates prices but if the Israeli Government doesn't do something to protect the basic staples for the weaker layers of our society, they can't turn to any alternative cheaper sources of supply as there are none. Everything is Monopolistic in Israel, Cars, Gasoline, Supermarkets (There are 3 big chains), banks, Aire travel, etc. etc.
Syrian FM: Any ground incursion without state approval is an act of aggression (Reuters)
from the article: Another victory for capitalism
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