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Embracing China’s Brave New Pharmaceutical World

Executive Summary

Already one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical markets, China has tremendous growth potential, but significant policy and market changes are rocking the basis of competition. Multinational biopharma corporations cannot succeed in this new environment unless they fundamentally reinvent their business models to adapt to sweeping change.

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