Pharma Will Need To Embrace More Inward-Looking China
Policies To Affect Market Access?
The world’s second-largest economy is fast moving away from reforms and open to a "dual circulation" model, focusing on domestic market consumption while reducing export-driven production. Executives and investors shared views at a conference on whether multinational pharma firms are still welcome in China and what opportunities may lie in the drastic policy shift.
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