INTERVIEW: Innovent CEO On Building Quality In China
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
“Even a pig can fly if the wind blows hard enough” says a well-known Chinese tech entrepreneur. To Innovent CEO Michael Yu though, the pig has to be of sufficient quality to soar high in China’s new wave of biologics.
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