Bernie Avishai remembers time spent in Libya in 2007 and the people he met there.
In early 2007, on two separate trips, I taught entrepreneurial business planning to an executive training program in Libya. The course was organized by Monitor Group, which I had worked for in the early 1990s, and was now consulting to the government on economic planning and “capacity building.” In all, I got to know about 300 trainees rather well, over more than a month of days and classes.
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