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As Pharmaceutical Deal Making Becomes More Competitive, PharmaDeals(R) Resource Expands its Deal Coverage
Date:8/19/2010

evel such as CEOs and Board Members of corporations.

Dr Walton continues, "A key priority for us is to better serve our customers with information about deals from rapidly developing markets, and we have done this by considerably increasing our sources, especially in India, China, and generally within South Asia and South America. These developments to our content are additional key milestones for us, and, in the very near future, we shall be bringing news of further offerings to help our clients' ability to win the best deals for them."

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