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ISRAEL-ELECTION/ECONOMY
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December 21, 2014
"Milky" pudding are seen on shelves in a supermarket in the town of Sderot near the Israeli-Gaza border...
NIR OZ, Israel
"Milky" pudding are seen on shelves in a supermarket in Sderot
"Milky" pudding are seen on shelves in a supermarket in the town of Sderot near the Israeli-Gaza border in southern Israel December 18, 2014. Israel's high cost of living is set to dominate a March 17 election that could shake up Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition, with voter anger symbolised by an overpriced dessert. In a country where the influence of small parties makes elections notoriously hard to forecast, many experts still expect rightwing leader Netanyahu to keep power. But the focus on domestic policy and economics, rather than on security and Palestinian peacemaking, means the outcome is even more difficult to predict than usual. Netanyahu is making the economy a central theme. On December 21 he proposed raising the minimum wage for civil servants and marketing more lower cost apartments. He has promised to lift the 18 percent value added tax on milk, cheese, eggs and bread. To match Analysis ISRAEL-ELECTION/ECONOMY Picture taken December 18, 2014. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS FOOD)
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