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This excerpt taken from the GSK 20-F filed Feb 29, 2008.
Seizing global opportunities
Globalisation is an increasingly important factor in the business landscape. In the past, we have derived most of our growth from the established economies of the USA, Europe and Japan. Countries such as Brazil, Russia, India and China – often known as the BRIC markets – have large populations. They are increasingly able to afford good quality healthcare, opening up significant new markets which will be important future growth areas for GSK.

Investing in our people
We will only reach our potential through the support and talent of highly motivated people. Our ambition is to be the place where great people apply their energy and passion to make a difference in the world. Their skills and intellect are key components in the successful implementation of our strategy. During 2007 we continued to invest in recruiting and training the best scientists and other professionals.


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