Samsung Affiliates Aim For IPO, Biologics Expansion
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Samsung Group's two biopharma affiliates are aiming high to become global leaders in the development of biosimilars and production of biomedicines. Although the largest South Korean conglomerate is a late starter compared to other biosimilar rivals including Celltrion, its affiliates Samsung Bioepis and Samsung Biologics have been making rapid progress on the back of strong group-wide support.
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