China's GSK-Related Forced TV Appearances Shake Up Foreign Executives
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
A GlaxoSmithKline Chinese executive and a British risk consultant were forced to appear on state-run television after their arrests in July and before any trial, causing consternation in the business community.
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