A nasty little secret

Lee, Andrew
March 2003
Engineer (00137758);3/7/2003, Vol. 291 Issue 7622, p24
Focuses on industrial espionage in Great Britain. Inadequacy of British law to protect companies against the pirating of research and development materials; Cases on industrial espionage.


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