"The direct hurt to the economy due to the war in the north will be 0.7 to 0.9 percent of GDP," Fischer told a news conference, once the fighting had lasted a month.
Fischer said the Israeli economy was losing 750 million to 1 billion shekels ($227.3 million) each week the fighting
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