Southeast Asia Nations Called Own Niche Market For Biotech Goods
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Southeast Asian nations should be seen as a large market for their own biotechnology products because they share climate and disease backgrounds, a Malaysian deputy minister said. Fadillah Yusof, deputy minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, said ASEAN nations offer better opportunities for regionally made antibodies than countries that do not share key characteristics. Southeast Asia should be considered the region's own niche market, he said. (Click here for more
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