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ISRAEL-ECONOMY/LEADERSHIP
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August 09, 2013
An employee walks past a screen displaying market data at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange August 7, 2013....
Tel Aviv, Israel
Employee walks past screen displaying market data at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange
An employee walks past a screen displaying market data at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange August 7, 2013. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was starting a meeting with his team of Middle East peace negotiators last week when Leo Leiderman, his second choice to lead the Bank of Israel, called. Just 48 hours earlier, on July 31, Leiderman had agreed to replace central bank governor Stanley Fischer, who once taught U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and whose reputation had lifted Israel's international economic profile. Leiderman, the second nominee to drop out in less than a week, had changed his mind for undisclosed personal reasons, raising questions not only over Netanyahu's judgment but also much wider concerns about Israel's economic management. Picture taken August 7, 2013. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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