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(C) Epson Le Monde 2017 Faites la transition clip B2BioworldSeiko Epson and its Business Perspectives

June 2017. The Japanese company is awaiting resolute changes in order not to become easy prey for a cheap swap or a takeover. An analysis of business perspectives which includes a discussion of the latest global results as well as in depth figures of European performance, an assessment of geopolitical vulnerabilities, and a look to valuable IP not translated into products. The analysis is complemented by an exclusive face-to-face interview of B2Bioworld with Minoru Usui, CEO of Seiko Epson.

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