Deflation Is Lurking in Israel Too, but in a Good Way
Prices fell 0.2% last year, but consumers are buying, not waiting for goods and services to get even cheaper.
An unusual economic phenomenon occurred in Israel last year. For the first time since 2006, the country ended the year with lower prices. The consumer price index eased 0.2% from 2013.
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