Santen JV To Become China’s ‘Largest Ophthalmic Site’
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Another Japanese company is building its Chinese presence through a local partnership, this time eye care specialist Santen, which is planning to link with a state-owned company in Chongqing.
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