Will The Biosimilars Industry Peak By 2020?
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Despite market-creation effects in EMs, government-backed ventures and non-traditional companies like Korea’s Samsung could fuel a hyper commoditized biosimilars market that leads to a turning point around 2020, Nomura says.
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