Central Bank Chief: ‘Biggest Price of Three Elections Is the Decisions Being Postponed’

'At a time when the business cycle is healthy, at a time when the economy is running smoothly, and the labor market is tight, we’re not advancing,' says Amir Yaron

Sami Peretz
Avi Waksman
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Bank of Israel governor Amir Yaron in his Tel Aviv office, January 27, 2020.
Bank of Israel governor Amir Yaron in his Tel Aviv office, January 27, 2020.Credit: Eyal Toueg
Sami Peretz
Avi Waksman

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