Yuhan Replaces Merck To Market Samsung’s Biosimilars In Korea
Local firm Yuhan is taking over from Merck as marketing partner in South Korea for Samsung Bioepis’ biosimilars amid speculation that weak sales of infliximab and etanercept may have triggered the realignment. Samsung Bioepis and Merck's broader partnership, however, remains intact.
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