The Tel Aviv gas shares rallied the most in a week on the news, advancing 3.1 percent at 12:18 p.m., the biggest increase since Oct. 25. Economy Minister Aryeh Deri, whose Shas party represents a working class constituency, had refused to exercise an emergency regulation that would have permitted the government’s proposed natural gas blueprint to move ahead despite opposition from the Antitrust Authority.
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