Sanofi Sees China Growth Bolstered By County Hospitals Push
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Thousands of county hospitals offer significant growth opportunities for the next 10 years, says Sanofi SVP Jean-Luc Lowinski, but adds the challenges at building the market are unique for multinational drug manufacturers in China.
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