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Pfizer Latest Foreign Firm To Axe India Field Force Jobs: Here’s The Big Picture Take

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Pfizer effects hundreds of field force job cuts in India as it rewires its commercialization approach and creates new roles leveraging its ‘digital core’, but industry experts suggest there is a complex mix of other factors at play as well.

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