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AstraZeneca To Break Ground In Russia As MNCs Build Stronger Base In The Country

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Scheduled to break ground in April, AstraZeneca PLC's investment of more than $150 million into construction of a drug manufacturing plant in Russia indicates the U.K.-based firm's confidence and long-term commitment to the emerging Russian market

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