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Sinergium's Gateway To Latin American Vaccine & Biologics Markets

Executive Summary

With the Latin American vaccines market forecast to more than quadruple in size from just over $150m to 2015 to just under $700m in 2020, opportunities abound for both homegrown businesses and multinationals looking to tap into local markets.

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