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R&D Support Services For Small And Medium-sized Enterprises: The Different Perspectives Of Clients And Service Providers, And The Roles Of Intermediaries

Chanwoo Cho, S. Park, Jong Ku Son, S. Lee
Published 2016 · Business

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