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Junshi and Chipscreen expect to raise a combined $711.9m in a private stock placement and issuance of convertible bonds to fund facilities construction and R&D.
In a new landmark, Chinese firm BeiGene has posted greater quarterly sales of its cancer drug Brukinsa in the US than in China for the first time. Meanwhile, a growing number of innovative products developed in China are on the cusp of expansion into overseas markets.
Created to take on Nasdaq in the US, the Shanghai Stock Exchange’s STAR Market is celebrating its two-year anniversary with star performers such as CanSino. But its viability as an alternative will be tested by BeiGene, which is set to start trading in Shanghai following dual listings in New York and Hong Kong, with the latter continuing to attract other biopharma IPOs.
Top executives from three high-flying Chinese biotechs, all of which have gone public on Nasdaq and in Hong Kong, offered lessons learned and looked forward to what’s ahead in a panel session at the recent JPM conference.