Nichi-Iko buys into Korean biosimilar capacity
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Nichi-Iko Pharmaceutical, one of Japan's largest generics firms, has acquired a 12.6% equity stake in Binex, a South Korean contract manufacturer, in an alliance it says will focus on the production of biosimilars.
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