GSK rejigs top China management as probe widens
This article was originally published in Scrip
As the Chinese corruption probe of GlaxoSmithKline rumbles on, it has emerged that the UK-based pharma giant has appointed a new general manager for China, as authorities there indicated that additional individuals have come under investigation.
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