NHR calls for change to parallel importation laws

Doug Woodburn
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Refurbished kit dealer joins trade body in calling for overhaul of legislation that enabled Oracle to defeat M-Tech

Refurbished kit giant Network Hardware Resale (NHR) has joined calls for an overhaul of the laws that allow vendors to be the first to bring their kit into the EU. The legislation, which dates b...

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