Thailand Furthers Cost-Cutting Measures, Putting Additional Pressure On MNCs
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
The Thai government plans to institute more cost-cutting measures on drugs and services in the country – a plan that will put a tighter squeeze on MNCs operating in Thailand.
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