Asia Executives On The Move: BMS Names New China GM, New President For Nippon Kayaku
The coming of summer has seen a flurry of executive changes in the Asia Pacific biopharma sector. BMS has named a new China GM amid a fierce immuno-oncology battle, Parexel Japan has a new president, and other personnel changes take place at Nippon Kayaku, Zai Lab and Harbour BioMed.
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