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Japanese Nuclear Crisis Triggers Panic Buying Of Food And Drugs In China, Along With Selling Of Chinese Life Science Stocks

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

BEIJING - Virtual aftershocks from the 9.0 magnitude earthquake that rocked Japan, followed by a tsunami and a nuclear power plant crisis, are still reverberating across China

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