Emerging Markets Earnings Roundup: J&J, Abbott And Roche (Part 1)
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Abbott moved to recover from recall and pricing issues for infant formula in China while Johnson & Johnson updated its device business and Roche reported strong growth in emerging markets.
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