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Australian pharmaceutical industry observed

Multinationals are investing increasingly in local operations, with indigenous rather than expatriate managements. Scientific jobs are mainly filled by Australian graduates, many with overseas experience.

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  1. Australian Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association — Annual Report 1992, 1993 (APMA Inc., Sydney).

  2. Scrip Review (APJB, London, 1993).

  3. Australian and New Zealand Biotechnology Directory 1993 (Australian Biotechnology Association Melbourne, 1993).

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  1. Senior Consultant with SACS Consulting Group, which is a member of Global Partners, the worldwide executive search network, specializing in Healthcare and Biosciences. SACS Consulting Group is based at 525 Collins Street, Melbourne, Vic 3000, with offices throughout Australia.

    • Jeremy Wurm
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Wurm, J. Australian pharmaceutical industry observed. Nature 369, 259–260 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1038/369259a0

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