Report says Israel's Sharon to oust central banker

An Israeli press report from Haaretz, a newspaper, on Friday cast further doubt on David Klein's chances of remaining as governor of the Bank of Israel. The report claims that Israel's prime minister is likely to ask the governor to withdraw from his position in the next few days.


Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is continuing with his efforts to fire Bank of Israel Governor David Klein.

Meanwhile, Sharon's incumbent Finance Minister Silvan Shalom is threatening to sue Sharon's

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