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Local Knowledge Coupled With Extensive Partnerships Required For Asia Success: BioMedical Asia 2008

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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SINGAPORE - Recreating existing business models in Asia will likely not be successful in the long run, panelists concurred at the Biomedical Asia 2008 conference held in Singapore, April 15-17. In fact, what may make or break a company will be its capacity to collaborate in a system of multiple vendors in an extreme outsourcing environment

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