A Study In Contradictions

Lipkin, David
October 2012
Global Finance;Oct2012, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p101
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the economic condition of Israel from 2010-2012. It states that the development of natural gas reserves is contributing on the country's growth, while geopolitical and fiscal uncertainties are anticipated to impact the economic progress. It also discusses the growth rate of the country's gross domestic product (GDP), the impact of the recession, and the adjustments in business sector's taxes and government spending. INSET: Strong Banking Sector.


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