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Roche Looks To Fuel Early-stage Partnerships In China While Shunning Branded Generics

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The Swiss pharma giant also sees more start-ups of interest, particularly ones founded by China returnees who have worked for Western pharmaceutical companies, Roche global BD head says.

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