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Turkey's trade ban with Israel: assessing the impact

The decision by Turkey last week to suspend all goods trade with Israel until there is a permanent ceasefire in the war in Gaza is unlikely to have a major macroeconomic impact in either country, although Israel’s construction sector appears vulnerable and there may be some upward pressure on food inflation too. At the margin, this could strengthen the Israeli central bank’s cautious approach to interest rate cuts this year.

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