Roche link with Emcure for biologics manufacture may signal strategic shift
This article was originally published in Scrip
Is there a major strategic shift underway at Roche, a world leader in biotechnology? Probably yes, if the Swiss giant's latest alliance with an Indian firm, Emcure, to manufacture some of its best known biologics in India is anything to go by.
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