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Leading Chinese Biotech Firm 3SBio Lays Groundwork For Foray Into Biosimilars In U.S., E.U. Markets

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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BEIJING - Flush with cash from expanding earnings, leading Chinese biotech outfit 3SBio is scanning the globe for promising in-licensing deals to complement its in-house drug development pipeline and is exploring the potential to one day enter the biosimilars markets in the United States and the European Union

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