Indonesia’s SOHO In Flurry Of Deals To Grow Generic And Herbal Medicine Business
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Indonesia’s SOHO Group, with operations in drug manufacturing, distribution and consumer health products, has been wheeling and dealing this summer, including a high-profile tie up with Fresenius Kabi, which could be a welcome sign of things to come for many of the country’s life sciences companies.
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