Seizing The Day: How Coronavirus Breaks Then Makes Vaccine Makers In China
Amid fears of a second wave of coronavirus infections and the increasing dominance of state-owned enterprises, private vaccine makers in China are struggling to make the best of the outbreak, BravoVax CEO Ke Wu tells Scrip in an exclusive interview.
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