Survey Says China's County Hospitals Give Biggest Chance For Drug Sales
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
An international consulting firm said China's network of 10,000 county-level hospitals, serving more than 2,000 lower-tier cities and counties, offer the near future's source of opportunities for the pharmaceutical industry.
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