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Supply Chain Ecosystems - Part 4

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    Rajab N.
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    Rajab N.

    Great chance and time passed through this part 4 it was very interested

    Peter G.
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    Peter G.

    wonderful lecture and very educative

    Sam G.
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    Sam G.

    Very interesting lecture

    Abel C.
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    Abel C.

    Excellent

    Abel C.
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    Abel C.

    excellent

    Ephraim Z.
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    Ephraim Z.

    Good lecturing.

    Ahmed Adekunle A.
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    Ahmed Adekunle A.

    It is pertinent and ver important to note that this presentation is based on the basic model ecosystem.

    Ahmed Adekunle A.
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    Ahmed Adekunle A.

    The course is so interesting?

    Alvaro S.
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    Alvaro S.

    is important to note that this presentation is based on the basic model ecosystem. types of normalization and standardization of process and modularity (in automobile emsanblaje system and value chain process is highlighted

    Sunday M.
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    Sunday M.

    It is pertinent and ver important to note that this presentation is based on the basic model ecosystem.

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