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Adapting To Changing China Regulations Propels Sanofi But How Far?

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Just months ago, China's category two vaccines sector barely showed signs of life after being hit hard by a quality scandal. It now helps Sanofi deliver double-digit growth, showing what difference adapting to regulatory change can make in China.

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