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China Gaining Attention From EU Companies, But Regulatory Risks Raise Concerns

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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SHANGHAI - Most of the European companies operating in China are optimistic about the potential of China's growth and plan to increase their investments, local workforce and expand their R&D centers in China, according to a business confidence survey conducted by the European Chamber of Commerce China

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