Medical product giants make big bets in China, setting sights on heightened health care developments

GE Healthcare announced, on July 25, the reallocation of its X-ray headquarters to Beijing, marking the corporation's first global business unit in China. The strategic move positions GE well to deepen exposure to Chinese government’s primary health care strategy, and to further establish a comprehe...

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