Amgen succumbs to Singapore's charms as new production site
This article was originally published in Scrip
While data released at the end of last year showed a fall in corporate R&D spending in Singapore's biomedical sciences sector, the Asian island state appears to be having fewer problems attracting new capital inflow in its traditional stronghold of pharma manufacturing.
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