PM meets delegation from his MIT alma mater

March 29, 2012 18:58


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A group of some 50 students from the MIT Sloan School of Management met in Tel Aviv Thursday with one of the school's better known graduates: Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.

Netanyahu graduated from the prestigious Boston university in 1977 with an M.S. in management.

The prime minister urged the MBA students from his alma mater to "come do business" in Israel once they get out of school. "There are more engineers in India, China and the US than in Israel," he said, "so we have to be better."

In addition to American students, the delegation also included students from Singapore, Venezuela, India, Canada, Spain, China, Mexico, Panama, Brazil and – yes – six from Israel.           

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