BOI tops public servant 'fat cat' list

This article from The Jerusalem Post, published Tuesday 13 June, quotes a report from the Wage Supervisor's Office 2004 annual report as saying that senior Bank of Israel staff accounted for the top 14 most highly paid public servants.

And only four of the top 25 salaries are taken by employees of other public-sector bodies, the article says.

"There was no unusual rise in current wages in that year," the central bank stressed, it says, adding that a new wage agreement that would cancel significant

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