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Global Markets, Innovation Eco-System and Technology Infrastructure Development: Global Supply Chain Perspective

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Affiliations: 1: University of ToledoUSA paul.hong@utoledo.edu ; 2: University of TokyoJapan shintaku@e.u-tokyo.ac.jp ; 3: Cambridge UniversityUK ys@eng.cam.ac.uk ; 4: Hanyang UniversityKorea sckim888@hanyang.ac.kr

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