'In Romania, They Value Quality of Life Over Material Assets. In Israel, There's Pressure to Succeed'

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Miri Avihoo, 40, lives in Matan, and Ehud Beck, 48, lives in Tel Aviv; arriving from Bucharest

Hi, Ehud and Miri. What’s the connection between you?

Miri: We’re good friends.

Ehud: We were with two other [female] friends, who already left the airport.

How was it in Romania?

Miri: Life there is a lot calmer than ours, or at least that’s how it appears to a tourist. Lunch lasts three hours. With us it’s, “Hey, gimme a sandwich and I’ll take off, because I’ve got to get back to work.”

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