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

Branded Growth Without Price Cuts Still Possible

Executive Summary

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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