Can Pharmas Come Out Unscathed As China-US Trade War Escalates?
As a simmering trade dispute between the US and China looks set to continue worsening, many companies in the pharma sector are closely watching what's coming and getting ready for any disruption. But what is the actual and predicted impact on exporters and producers in China, India and the US?
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