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January 18, 2000
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David Klein was sworn in as governor of the Bank of Israel after his appointment was narrowly approved by the Cabinet. To secure the approval, Prime Minister Ehud Barak lobbied government ministers from his own One Israel bloc, who initially opposed Klein because they believed his anti-inflationary policies would keep interest rates high.

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