Shanghai Pharma Manufacturing Halves In April
US Congress Questions China-Only Clinical Data Quality
China's main pharma hub of Shanghai reported sector output has plunged by more than half due in large part to the prolonged lockdown, while 58% of surveyed foreign companies in China across all industries project declining revenue.
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