Deal-Making Firm On Fosun’s Agenda As Overseas Revenues Spurt
With overseas revenues rising sharply in the first half of 2017, Fosun Pharma expects to build on its global investment strategy at a fast pace, striking more deals to acquire products and companies from developed markets.
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