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...on trans-Atlantic transactions and litigation, with an emphasis on supply chain-related matters, technology and the creative industry. Previously, van der Zandt was founding...
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...between 2007 and 2012, medical supply and device maker Boston Scientific...a staff member to oversee technology, vendor relations and cost control...
A global passion for solar power has generated an oversupply of solar panels. Hence, the domestic trade protection mechanism has been activated to thwart competition from abroad
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