INTERVIEW: Sequeira Rolls Out Takeda’s American Dream
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Since Ramona Sequeira was made president of Takeda's US business a year ago, she has set out a new strategy that she hopes will add to the turnaround of the Japanese major after a difficult patch in its history.
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