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Sanofi-Aventis APAC Business Development VP Arjun Oberoi On Innovation Pacts And Deal-Making In Asia: An Interview With PharmAsia News (Part 1 of 2)

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Arjun Oberoi, Sanofi-Aventis' vice president for business development Asia Pacific, mirrors his company's leadership ambitions in the Asian markets. Open to calculated risks and high on energy, Oberoi has played a leading role in clinching a few important deals for Sanofi such as last year's acquisition of China OTC play BMP Sunstone and its joint venture with Minsheng Pharmaceutical Group ('Sanofi Expands Consumer Health Reach With New Joint Venture In China,' PharmAsia News, Feb. 1, 2010).

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