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Merck’s ‘Three Pillars’ Strategy Takes Big Step With New Hangzhou Plant

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Merck President of Global Human Health Adam Schechter talks about the company’s strategy in China and emerging markets following the opening of Merck’s $120 million plant in Hangzhou, China.

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