Avi Weiss on the effect Omicron could have on Israeli and global economy


“We had recovered everything that was lost, Basically. In other words, the level of production, The GDP…We turned in the second quarter of this year back to where it was before this all started. That was much faster than what was expected”. Prof. Avi Weiss, president of the Taub Center, discusses the effect Omicron could have on Israeli and global economy on i24NEWS.

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