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Buyer-Supplier Collaboration: A Key Strategy for Sustainable Purchasing
If you’re ready to take your organization’s program to the next level, you’ll want to look closely at an emerging strategy in sustainable purchasing — buyer-supplier collaboration — as a way to deliver economic, social, ethical and environmental benefits along your supply chain.
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