Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli Prime Minister, has reportedly offered Stanley Fischer, the governor of the country's central bank, a second term in office.
Local media reported on Tuesday that the prime minister's office had confirmed the offer as the draft legislation on the central bank's constitution, for which Fischer has lobbied hard, and which is thought to be a condition of his acceptance of a second term, edged closer to becoming law. The central bank declined to comment on whether an o
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