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Merck Ties Up With Zhifei To Distribute Gardasil In China, But What Happened To Sinopharm?

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Merck has expanded its collaboration with Zhifei, its vaccine partner in China, by signing a three-year RMB 4.5 billion distribution deal for HPV vaccine Gardasil. But left unanswered is whether Merck will walk away from a partnership with Sinopharm it had previously emphasized.

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