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WuXi PharmaTech (NYSE: WX) CEO Honored among the 2007 China Top 10 Influential Entrepreneurs
Date:1/16/2008

SHANGHAI, China, Jan. 16 /Xinhua-PRNewswire/ -- WuXi PharmaTech (NYSE: WX), China's leading provider of pharmaceutical R&D outsourcing services is proud to announce today that its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Dr. Ge Li is named as one of the 2007 China Top 10 Influential Entrepreneurs selected by Entrepreneur China edition.

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The 2007 China Top 10 Influential Entrepreneurs selection, organized by Entrepreneur China edition, aims to honor Chinese entrepreneurs who have enabled enormous leaps for their enterprises and whose experiences have prompted profound changes in the Chinese society during the year of 2007. The selection of the winners is based on a comprehensive set of parameters to evaluate the entrepreneur's contribution to revenue growth, employment opportunities, industry impact, public influence and social recognition, capital market performance, wealth creation for employees, as well as social responsibilities. Seeking to exemplify China's most successful entrepreneurs and inspire the new generation to run their own businesses, the organizer selected China's ten most influential business luminaries from over 100 achieved entrepreneurs who brought their companies public in 2007.

Dr. Li has won the award because of his deep understanding of the global pharmaceutical R&D outsourcing market and the successful implementation of his visionary business model and strategy in China. "Under Dr. Li's leadership, WuXi PharmaTech is playing an increasingly important role in the global drug discovery and development industry. This eventually will positively impact China's pharmaceutical industry," according to Entrepreneur.

Founded in 2000, through seven years of rapid development, WuXi PharmaTech has gained trust and confidence from the world's leading pharmaceutical and biotechnol
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