Art Of War: Why Pharma Must Do Digital Dance In China
“Winning the war without fighting. Using five types of fire attacks.” Sounds familiar? Sun Tzu's 2,000 year-old wisdom on the art of war is echoing down the ages, and winning in China today means that pharma needs to embrace a digital strategy more than ever before.
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