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Ready To Ride Next Growth Wave In China? Remember Five Keys

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As China enters a new growth spur for the health sector, underscored by faster product approvals, annual reimbursement coverage and strong demand for high-quality treatments, strategic planning and meticulous execution are more important than ever if companies want to win in the world's second-largest pharma market, says a new report.

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