Prof. MANUEL TRAJTENBERG (Hebrew : מנואל טרכטנברג
born 21 September 1950) is an
Trajtenberg joined the
Trajtenberg was born in Córdoba ,
Trajtenberg served in several public roles. He was a consultant to
the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor and to the Prime Minister's
Office. In 2006 he was appointed the first chair of the Israeli
National Economic Council , a post from which he resigned in 2009. In
2011, he was appointed to head a committee for negotiating with the
Trajtenberg said the government ignored his committee's recommendations to alleviate the housing shortage and skyrocketing prices as those issues were highlighted in the Olim L\'Berlin campaign in the summer of 2014.
He is a member of Beit Daniel, Israel's flagship Reform congregation, in Tel Aviv.
In September 2017 Trajtenberg announced that he was resigning from the Knesset; he was replaced by Saleh Saad .
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