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Sanofi-Aventis Asia Pacific R&D Head Frank Jiang On Opportunities In China And India: An Interview With PharmAsia News

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Speaking with PharmAsia News along the sidelines of the recent DIA China conference in Beijing, Jiang predicted that in 20 years, roughly 50 percent of the pharma business will come out of emerging markets.

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