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by Edwin Zehner
Author: Edwin Zehner
Publisher: Southeast Asia Publications,US (December 31, 1998)
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Before that, he managed the company’s commercial road-haulage business. Earlier, Edwin worked in oil trading in Rotterdam and served Shell in commercial management positions in Asia and South America. Edwin sits on the supervisory board of SOS Children Villages in the Netherlands.
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