Pharma giants place big bets with direct investments in China market

Recently, pharmaceutical powerhouses Roche and Bayer announced layoff plans, but at the same time they – along with other big names such as Eli Lilly, Novo Nordisk, and Sanofi-aventis – increased investments in China. Roche will cut 4,800 positions worldwide but increase its Chinese headcount by 25%...

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