*Local drugs intensify competition as China squeezes prices. SHANGHAI, Nov 29- China, already a global powerhouse in high-tech areas from solar panels to bullet trains, is turning its industrial might to the challenge of making more of its own drugs for a vast and aging population. That has made China a sweet spot for Denmark's Novo Nordisk; the world's biggest...» Read More
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