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Servitization and financial impact in the italian machinery and equipment manufacturing industry - Alessandro Augurio

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DATA DI RILASCIO: 05/02/2019
DIMENSIONE DEL FILE: 5,86
ISBN: 9788891915146
LINGUAGGIO: ITALIANO
AUTORE: Alessandro Augurio

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