Aiming To Lead A Global Operation? Start In China!
Moving from China president to a CEO, from regional Asia head to a global pharmaceutical president, several recent senior executive appointments have people wondering if China is increasingly becoming the new launch pad for high flyers eyeing a global pharma leadership role.
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