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Sanofi Sees China Growth Bolstered By County Hospitals Push

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Thousands of county hospitals offer significant growth opportunities for the next 10 years, says Sanofi SVP Jean-Luc Lowinski, but adds the challenges at building the market are unique for multinational drug manufacturers in China.

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