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Key Words For Korean Pharma In 2010s: Novelty, Open Innovation, Global Markets

Industry Pursues More Originality

Executive Summary

From being generics-focused to becoming innovators and leaders in biosimilars, Scrip takes a look at how the Korean pharma sector and environment have evolved over the past 10 years.

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