As Consolidation Gathers Steam, Big Pharma Ramps Up India Staffing For The Long Haul
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
MUMBAI - Multinational drug firms have been down-sizing workforces for cost savings and realigning supply chain issues by consolidating manufacturing units, but the growing importance of emerging markets have led most of them to ramp up recruitment in countries like India
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