No more law talk - Israel's Fischer

No more time should be wasted talking about the new Bank of Israel law, said Stanley Fischer, the governor of the central bank.

Fischer said on Monday: "The time has come to roll up our sleeves and get to work on completing the bill and passing it into law promptly."

The law is set to create a more modern, more independent central bank and represents "an important achievement and a badge of maturity for Israel's economy."

"Israel's successful integration into the global economy is manifested

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