China Couple Arrest Seen As Effort To Limit Access To Sensitive Records
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
The arrests of the husband-and-wife heading a China-based investigative team working for multinational drug makers could be a government effort to limit access to sensitive private records, according to the couple's relatives.
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