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Portfolio Streamlining At GSK India But Long Term Commitment Intact

Executive Summary

GlaxoSmithKline has initiated portfolio rationalization measures in India as the British multinational reshapes its emerging markets business model with an eye on driving sustained profitable growth. But the company has also underscored its long-term commitment to the country, where it expects to build on its “strong heritage” and expand patient access.

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