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Our initiatives at GSK often become a milestone in our journey to attain profitable and sustainable performance.
Our policies on ethics, bribery and corruption cover all our stakeholders.
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Around 40% of the world’s children are immunised against at least one serious disease with a GSK vaccine.
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Our primary goal in R&D is to develop innovative new medicines and healthcare products that offer significant improvements over existing treatments.
As we to continue to discover new medicines and vaccines and get them to the people who need them as quickly as possible, it is vital that we continually challenge the way we go about things in our labs.
Our CSR projects are designed to be sustainable in the long term and cater to identified national priorities.
We are changing the way we work to further embed our values in everything we do.
To ensure we can continue to deliver high quality products to patients in the future, we must protect the natural resources we need to make them today.
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