Fischer calls Israeli economy a ‘miracle’


The governor of the Bank of Israel, Stanley Fischer, on February 1 called the Israeli economy a "miracle". Fischer was speaking at the annual Herzliya Conference, which is attended by Israel's most prominent leaders including the president and the prime minister.

"In the long term, we must deal with the problem of the Israeli-Arab conflict, and the need to reach a peace agreement," Fischer said. "In my view, the Israeli economy is a sort of miracle, and we have very talented people. If we

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