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Nasser Tahboub, the Palestinian economic and financial expert, suggested an economic and financial plan for the year 2014 on the Palestinian government that depends on increasing the external indebtedness and international aid including the Israeli aid in addition to communicating with Palestinian investors and entrepreneurs in the Diaspora by persuading them to transfer part of their investments to Palestine.
The economic and financial plan of Tahboub, proposed that the government should consider five important points:
First: Increasing and demanding foreign aid and not to promote reducing dependence upon .
Second: Increasing the external debt since it helps in overcoming the crisis of low consumption rate and unemployment and in restoring the economic activity.
Third: Requiring the Palestinian of Diaspora to transfer part of their money, experience and relationships network for the economic development in Palestine.
Fourth: Committing Israel to implement the required financial Palestinian receivables and market the Palestinian products in their markets.
Fifth: Thoughts must be systematically and clearly defined to enhance the countries’ investments in Palestine, whereby, individuals are not willing to invest in Palestine, and now the talks are around the Turkish and German investments in Jenin Industrial Zone, the Japanese investment in Jericho, and the French investment in Bethlehem.