12.18.21

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Listen: Vesna Stanković Juričić Confronts Corrupt Team Battistelli (Leaked Audio)

Posted in Europe, Patents at 6:14 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Vesna Stanković Juričić:

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Benoît Battistelli misusing/wasting EPO funds on PR firms:

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Summary: Almost exactly 7 years ago Vesna Stanković Juričić cautioned the EPO that it’s not to be run like some private company on Wall Street

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