How Offshoring Can Compromise Intellectual Property

 

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  • July 22, 2010
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  • Harry Moser
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Harry Moser, chairman emeritus at GF AgieCharmilles, describes the types of products and situations that could put intellectual property (IP) at risk. Even though the purchase price is low when offshoring manufacturing, loss of valuable IP can undermine those savings.

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