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Sanofi Aventis Maps Out India R&D Strategy To Broaden Reach Into Untapped Markets

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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MUMBAI - For the last five years, the Indian affiliate of French drug giant Sanofi Aventis has been working very quietly, assiduously integrating the operations of the two companies that turned into a single entity as part of a mega-deal in 2004 and then drawing up its rollout program under the newly christened identity

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