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Asia Spotlight: China's Top Drug Distributors Are Soaring

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On the second Monday of each month, "The Pink Sheet" provides exclusive news and commentary on the Asia biopharma market from the editors of its affiliated online publication, PharmAsia News. Register at http://pharmasianews.elsevierbi.com/PAN_Trial_LP.html for a free trial.

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