Ex – GSK president wants his own firm in Romania

March 16th, 2007

resized_shutterstock_845239.jpgRoberto Musneci, president of GlaxoSmithKline-GSK for six years, has left the company, to set up a firm in the domain of the governmental affairs in Romania. His attributions were assumed by David Lechleiter, former general manager of GSKL Slovenia, Mediafax reports. “Romania represents a big and important market for GSK. Our investment in the group Europharm, having our own production unit and our own distribution firm, is the proof of our commitment towards this country,” declared in a press release David Lechleiter.

Source: NineoClock

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