New Bank of Israel law agreed

The Israeli government has agreed to the wording of a new Bank of Israel Law that would transfer responsibility for setting interest rates from the central bank governor alone to a monetary committee.

The Bank of Israel's independent status would be preserved because the monetary committee and monetary council would include no political representatives.

Another change proposed by the bill would mean that the minutes regarding the interest rates become public two weeks after the monthly meeting, as

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