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Interview: GC Pharma Begins New Chapter For Globalization

Executive Summary

GC Pharma, formerly known as Green Cross Corp., is set to move on to the next stage of its ongoing globalization scheme with the completion of a biomanufacturing facility in Canada. Joon Soo Ryu, its vice president of office of corporate strategy, talks to Scrip about the leading Korean pharma’s North American strategy, including how it is approaching the market differently versus its Korean peers.

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