Market Access Barriers Deterring New China R&D Investment: AmCham
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Market access barriers are deterring 80% of US R&D-intensive industries, including pharma, from investing further in China, and many are pessimistic about the future regulatory environment in the country, says a just released business climate survey.
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