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In the coils of the snake

24 July 2013 By Neil Unmack

China’s fast-growing drug market was meant to save foreign groups from patent expiries and western governments’ cutbacks. The GlaxoSmithKline bribery scandal may signal a new wave of price pressure and slower growth. But Beijing needs big pharma just as it in turn needs China.

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