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Western Companies' Perspectives On Emerging Markets: Execution Trumps Strategy - PharmAsia Summit

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SAN FRANCISCO - Western companies expanding in emerging markets are likely to distinguish themselves from competitors by successful execution and understanding of local markets, more so than by broad strategic differences, according to participants on a panel on Big Pharma perspectives on emerging markets at Elsevier Business Intelligence's PharmAsia Summit, held Oct. 26 in San Francisco

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