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Pfizer Looks To Team Up With Shanghai Pharmaceutical To Co-develop And Commercialize Pfizer Products In China

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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SHANGHAI - The world's largest pharmaceutical company Pfizer Inc. and China's second-largest distributor Shanghai Pharmaceutical Holdings Co. Ltd announced April 21 a memorandum of understanding to explore business opportunities, including the potential to jointly register, commercialize and distribute in China an innovative compound from Pfizer

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