GSK Shoots For Next Growth Phase In India With Bigger Push Into Vaccines, Pharma And Consumer Health
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
For the first time, the global board of directors of the British pharma and consumer healthcare giant met in India, and a series of moves to power further growth could be on the way.
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