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Interview: Revolution At GSK India

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Executive Summary

Brace for GSK India's new avatar. The British multinational is revamping its business model in India and donning a new approach to create, deliver and capture value via a "one team" effort as it strives to emerge as the fastest growing pharma multinational in the country by 2020.

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