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What is CROMA in your view?

“Croma is one of the most important R&D projects that I have ever managed. Because it’s a big challenge. It represents a break with the past and a completely new beginning”.

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04/07/2018
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Nicola Gandolfi
IMA R&D Project Leader
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What is CROMA in your view?

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