Asia Life Sciences IPO Landscape: China, Hong Kong March Ahead But Watch India
Four key Asian markets witnessed nearly 200 life science company listings over the past 10 years, with China dominating the scene and expected to stay ahead, along with Hong Kong, for the foreseeable future. But India could prove a new contender over time as firms move up the value chain, a new report shows.
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