Love From Shanghai: Upjohn Started Here But Will It Stay Post-Mylan?
Opened with a big splash just two months ago in a brand new headquarters in Shanghai, Pfizer's Upjohn established products subsidiary is now merging with Mylan to create the world's largest generics group, stirring up local concerns that the focus could shift from China back to the US.
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