Klein: Violence won't alter Israel monetary policy

David Klein, the governor of the Bank of Israel, gave a speech today at athe Swiss Chamber of Commerce on "The Israel Economy 1999-2000: Strategy for Change and Recent Developments" in which he reiterated his view that the current unrest in Israel will not result in a change in current Bank of Israel monetary policy.

Klein begins his remarks by pointing out the big positive changes that have taken place in the Israeli economy the 1990s. "These results are not an accident or a result of sheer luck

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