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Big Pharma Stretches To Reshape Itself To Enter Asia With Flexible, Multiple-Partner Networks – Singapore Conference

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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SINGAPORE - As big pharma looks across Asia for new ways of doing business, execs from the top pharma companies agreed that having people on the ground in Asia is critical and that companies are moving away from being fully integrated pharma companies to becoming fully integrated pharma networks

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