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Linus von Castelmur said, "Innovation has become the new driving force of Indo-Swiss Partnership and Glenmark is a very good case in point.
VOC: THE NEW DRIVING FORCE IN RESIN DEVELOPMENT With the implementation of regulations limiting solvents used in coatings, newer technologies have replaced traditional low-solids solventborne resins.
Sharp Green Front Sakai is the new driving force behind Sharp's efforts to make environmentally friendly products at an environmentally conscious plant, thus helping to realize a greener society.
If Villa's new crowd favourite boasts the more astute footballing brain, Graeme Souness has uncovered the new driving force in United's midfield.
Byline: By ABBY AFORD South Wales Echo Move over Detroit - Bridgend is the new driving force behind world motoring.
Turcotte is the new driving force behind a cultural change taking place.
Allan Leighton is the new driving force in the plc boardroom.
Prof Jones-Evans called for Wales to follow the lead set by Ireland, which had adopted a strategy which highlighted that science and technology ``are the main driving forces of change, and that knowledge, and the skills and expertise to apply it, are the new driving forces of modern industries and countries''.