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Charles Chatwin read Chemistry at Oxford and became a Fellow of the Institute of Printing. After a period in general printing he began working for De La Rue, where he worked in general and technical management capacities related to security inks, holograms, cheques and identity documents. In 1987 he was asked to head the UK delegation to the ISO working group on travel documents. From 1997 until final retirement in 2008 he was responsible for the editing of the various Parts of ICAO Doc 9303.
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