Eddingpharm JV Gives Faes Smoother Route Into China
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Eddingpharm, a Chinese specialty pharmaceutical company, is strengthening its international collaborations to bring more innovative products into the China market. The company has recently signed an agreement with Spain’s Faes Farma to establish a joint venture and commercialize Faes’ products in China.
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