Israel’s ‘free market’ economy is an economic model for peace
Israel’s economy is one of the most innovative in the world, according to a leading Israeli think tank.
In a report published on Wednesday, the Israeli Institute for Strategic Studies (INSS) said that Israel has the “world’s first open, free market economy”, with the “very best” free trade agreements with countries in the region, and the “most liberal” tax system in the Middle East.
The study was based on data compiled by the Israeli Finance Ministry and included data from the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and the World Trade Organization.
The Israeli economy is currently in a free fall, according the report, which said that the “free market” model of economic activity has been adopted to “protect” Israel from the negative effects of international sanctions.
This model, however, also has “negative implications” for Israel’s ability to create jobs and the economy, the INSS said, and it will be one of “many factors that influence the course of Israel’s future”.
It is important to note that, as a country with a population of just over 4 million, Israel is a very small country compared to the rest of the world.
Israel’s economy accounts for almost a third of the Gross Domestic Product, which in this case is $9 trillion.
According to the UN, the economic output of the United Nations’ Development Program (UNDP) stands at $14.2 trillion.
By comparison, the world’s second largest economy, China, is the third largest.
But the report said that while Israel has an overall economic size of 1.6 million people, it has a “very large” economy.
It is worth noting that the country’s GDP is about $2.7 trillion, and only accounts for 1.7 percent of the entire world’s GDP.
“Israel has a unique economic structure,” the INISS said.
“Its unique status as a free market country, as well as its strong economic and social security policies, are all of its strengths.
The fact that Israel is among the only countries in Europe with a functioning and sustainable tax system, and is able to offer its citizens and businesses tax relief on a regular basis, has made it one of Israel “s most popular” countries for entrepreneurs and investors.”
While the economy is growing and it is becoming more stable, its social fabric is also becoming more fragile,” the report concluded.