Roche India MD Girish Telang On Modifying Business Plans In India According To The Environment: An Interview With PharmAsia News
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Roche India Managing Director Girish Telang has two difficult issues to handle. On the one hand, Telang has to work closely with his global team to develop the market for Roche in India and at the same time he has to ably fend off objections raised for Roche products through contentious patent battles with Indian companies. In an interview with PharmAsia News, Dr Telang outlines his concerns and reveals how India is placed to take his company's plans forward.
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