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Mead Johnson Milks Growth Of Emerging Market Middle Class

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Mead Johnson sees growth in emerging markets largely because per-birth consumption of infant formula is well below developed regions. The firm invests nearly $100 million in research to provide the pediatric nutritionals innovation sought by parents, VP of Investor Relations Kathy Ann MacDonald says.

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