Boehringer Bets On External Innovation In Post-COVID China
From cell therapy to digital health, from fast follower to innovator, China continues to gain traction with global health companies, underscored by its early emergence from the global pandemic and focus on certain technologies, with Boehringer Ingelheim the latest to be attracted.
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