‘In China For Global’ Approach Fuels Chinese Biotech Forays
China's emerging role as a launch pad for global biotech ventures is slowly taking shape, fueled by ready venture capital funding and strong government support. Although capital outflow controls are tightening, the number of biotech deals will ratchet up, executives say.
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