INTERVIEW: Korea Initiative Aims To Create Global Clinical Trial Hub
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
In a recent interview with PharmAsia News, the head of the Korea Clinical Trial Global Initiative stressed the importance of continued government support in boosting the country’s competitiveness in clinical trials, amid narrowing gaps with its Asian rivals. He also talked about why the initiative is focusing on attracting early phase work from foreign firms and what South Korea needs to do to maintain its edge.
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