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Some Companies Say 'No' To China's Latest VBP Round

Branded Growth Without Price Cuts Still Possible

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Only three of 40 qualified international drug firms won in the latest round of China's central bidding process, showing a toughening environment. But some companies are seemingly determined not to lower prices any further.

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