Jewelers in Jerusalem are no strangers to the ‘jewellery monster’.

A recent report from the City of Light’s National Jewelry Survey found that nearly 80 percent of the top 10 establishments in the capital were run by or owned by jewellers.

The survey found that about 40 percent of respondents said they have lost money or been cheated on at a jewellery store in the past year.

This phenomenon is called the ‘JEWELMOT’ and is a symptom of a problem that many Israeli business owners are not aware of, according to Israel’s Economy Ministry.

It is an important issue for the city, as the city has the highest percentage of people with no education in the country.

But despite the high number of people without education, there are still many people who are ignorant about the importance of proper banking practices, and the importance and the consequences of poor financial practices.

“When you look at the issue of banking and your banking practices and how you operate, you’re not going to solve the problem of jewellery and jewellery stores.

We’re dealing with the issues of business owners,” said Shlomi Kaminer, the head of the department for business and financial policy at the Economy Ministry, during a recent visit to the City Center of the West Bank.

According to Kaminer’s report, only about one-fifth of all business owners in Jerusalem reported having their banking accounts closed in the previous year, which was an increase of about two percentage points from the previous survey.

However, the number of business customers who said they had lost money in the last year was about three times the previous number.

This was the second most common reason for a loss, according with the report.

In order to better understand what causes these problems, the government commissioned the National Jewelery Survey to look into the problems facing the country’s businesses.

The city’s chief financial officer, Yossi Melamed, told The Jerusalem Report that he was not surprised by the findings.

“I’m not surprised at all.

This is an issue that we see on a daily basis.

People lose money every single day in the banking sector, and banks are supposed to be a safe and reliable place to do business,” Melamed said.

The survey found there were 4,726 businesses in the city that are either owned or operated by a jeweller, which is the most in the West Wall, which stretches from the Eshkol settlement in the east to Beit Jala.

Only one in ten businesses in these establishments had a bank account.

The number of banks opened for business fell by nearly three percentage points in the year ending in May 2017, according the survey.

In a statement to The Jerusalem report, the city’s finance ministry said that the survey findings indicate that businesses are struggling because of the high amount of losses they face due to bad financial practices, but also because of their inability to comply with the laws that govern the banking industry.

A spokesman for the Economy Department told The Israel Times that the government is currently considering the issue.

“We have taken steps to address the problem, and we are now taking further steps to implement the recommendations in the report, which includes increasing the number and quality of inspections conducted at banks and improving their monitoring and enforcement capabilities,” the spokesman said.

He added that the city will also look into whether other financial institutions can take over the functions of businesses that have been taken over by the government.

It is not the first time that the Economy department has come under fire for not doing enough to prevent the financial problems plaguing the economy.

In 2013, the department conducted a study into the issue, but the results were inconclusive.

“The report found that banks had inadequate controls and oversight, the lack of awareness among people, and poor compliance,” the report said.

A spokesman for Melamed told The New York Times that “The issue of failing to implement laws governing banking practices is not an anomaly in the economy, and it is a major problem in all parts of the country.”

Melamed said that “We are working to solve it.”

The City of London is a popular destination for visitors and tourists in the heart of Europe.

Its banking sector has grown significantly in recent years, and its overall number of businesses grew by about 20 percent over the last two years, according data from the Bank of England.

Its annual GDP is around £14.2 billion ($24.6 billion), which is a huge amount of money, especially considering that the UK has just reached its third quarter of recession.

It’s unclear how much money the economy is going to lose in the next five years as a result of the banking crisis.

One of the biggest sources of this loss, however, is the issue with the payment of interest on loans.

According to data from Moody’s Analytics, the amount of interest paid on loans in the UK grew from 0.4 percent in 2017 to