Boryung Expands In Asia Through Zuellig Deal
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Boryung Pharm's original antihypertensive drug continues to increase its global presence, this time through the biggest license agreement so far for the product, with Zuellig Pharma, which will enable the South Korean pharma to sell fimasartan in the rapidly growing Southeast Asian markets.
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