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Why leaders should think like scientists and act like entrepreneurs

German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits a new molecular medicine research building.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits a new molecular medicine research building. Image: REUTERS

Enass Abo-Hamed
Chief Executive Officer, H2GO Power Ltd.
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