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New Growth Models In China: McKinsey-PharmAsia Summit Report Preview

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Executive Summary

With increased pricing pressure on branded generics, MNCs in China need to fundamentally redesign their business models with stronger market-access capabilities and to shift resources away from brands under acute pressure to support those with bigger future potential, according to a survey conducted by McKinsey & Company.

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