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Biosimilar Firms Main Beneficiaries Of Korea R&D Cost Accounting Changes?

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Helped by new guidelines, South Korean pharma and biotech firms now have clearer standards related to the reflection of R&D costs in their accounting books, with some pointing out that biosimilar companies may be the biggest beneficiaries. 

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