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Korean Government Shifts Attention To CRO Sector In Steady Drive To Build Up Biotech Infrastructure, Biosimilars

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

SEOUL - After realizing that it was a late comer, the Korean government is now moving to strengthen its local CRO industry to support a clinical trial infrastructure that is bursting at the seams as MNCs flock to Korea to conduct early-stage trials

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