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Takeda CEO Calls For A Paradigm Shift In Japanese R&D; BIO Japan Conference Takeaway Message, Head West...To China

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Executive Summary

Hasegawa encouraged Japanese companies to embrace a paradigm shift in their approach to R&D, which includes being open to reverse innovation and rethinking how global R&D can be localized

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