Glaxo Seeks Indian Consumer Growth, Expanded Capacity
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
GSK hopes to grow in all three of its business areas – consumer healthcare, pharmaceuticals and vaccines – in India with product introductions and a strategy to expand further into rural markets. CEO Andrew Witty previously headed Glaxo’s Asia Pacific operations and says he is a “huge bull on India.”
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