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Daily Trip Report - July 11, 2003

Nicole Thibodeau -
Great IPKO meeting. Confusion over the time w/Chamber of Advocates, but Jill, you should really meet with Liria Osmani b/c she is a good example of a woman in Kosovo who is well-respected and running a smooth operation. So, we missed the Chamber meeting.

Had lunch with Arben instead - as amusing as ever. Hotel Victory meeting - interesting to hear a successful Kosovar businessman talk about the shortcomings of the other Kosovar businessmen who are not successful. It's not just Americans who think the economy is in dire straits and think we know what needs to be done to fix it, but there are Kosovars who recognize the problem as well as the solution.

Hotel Baci for coffee - a real nice looking hotel.

Had dinner just outside of Pristina w/Luan, Dastid & Ardian. Interestingly, the guy who just opened the new restaurant invested $200k to open this place. There are a dispropoptinately large number of cafes & restaurants for such a small city with no jobs. Since I was here in January [2003; see trip report] there are tons of new restaurants and bars - it is really noticeable and kind of strange.

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