PM dismisses Moody’s warning on economy, calls it ‘momentary reaction’

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu seen during a Tree planting event for the Jewish holiday of Tu Bishvat, in the West Bank settlement of Mevo'ot Yericho, in the Jordan Valley, February 10, 2020. Photo by Flash90 *** Local Caption *** øàù äîîùìä áðéîéï ðúðéäå áéáé á÷òú äéøãï éùéáä ðèéòåú îáåàåú éøéçå
A day after the nation was rocked by mass protests over the passage of a key part of the judicial reform, credit rating agency issues special report. Morgan Stanley downgrades sovereign rating to “dislike stance.” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel’s economy was strong and will continue to grow amid a damning report by credit agency Moody’s on Tuesday that sounded the alarm over the partial enactment of the contested judicial legislation by his Coalition

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