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Sweating The Little Things: European Companies Call On China to Overhaul Public Procurement System

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

They say misery loves company, so in one respect, biopharma and medical device companies can rest easy knowing that firms in seemingly every industry, from information technology firms to wind power equipment manufacturers, are struggling to make heads or tails of China's estimated $1 trillion public procurement market

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