Shire Names First China Country President As Multinational Firms Explore New Growth Models
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
After an eventful summer for the pharma industry in China, multinational companies are exploring new ways to drive growth in the fast-changing market. One of the emerging themes is a consolidated and focused approach, underscored by recent personnel changes at Shire and Johnson & Johnson.
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