South Korea Discusses Opening State-owned Pharma For Stable Drug Supply
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
The president of the National Health Insurance Service told lawmakers his agency is assessing the feasibility of a state-owned pharma, which the domestic industry group said could put a pinch on reimbursement negotiations.
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