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English: DAVOS/SWITZERLAND, JAN 1983 - Kalevi Sorsa, Prime Minister, Finland captured during the session “New Dimensions of Leadership for Today’s Complex World” at the European Management Symposium, the predecessor of the World Economic Forum in Davos in 1983.
Suomi: Suomen pääministeri Kalevi Sorsa
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