Death of Paul Khauli

Paul Khauli, managing director of Levant Group distributors, has died. Khauli passed away in Beirut on Friday 16th January, following a heart attack, aged 67. His funeral was held in Beirut last week (19th).   Bill Kennedy of Avicenna Partnership, which offers sales and marketing representation for publishers in the Middle East and elsewhere, said news of Khauli's death had left him "with a sense of shock and profound sadness."   Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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