MNCs And Chinese Domestic Companies Becoming More In Sync – PharmAsia Summit
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
China’s massive healthcare reforms begun in 2009 lay ambitious plans but have left much of the industry confused about how some of the government’s goals will actually be implemented, panelists said during the PharmAsia Summit.
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