Video Panel: How China Inc. Sells Latest Therapies In An Untapped Market
Top Execs Discuss If Country Can Become True Global Player
During the “Road to Commercialization” panel session during EBD/Informa Connect's recent annual ChinaBio partnering event, senior executives from top Chinese biotechs along with a leading contract manufacturing organization and venture fund shared views on biologics commercialization in China. Partnerships to accelerate the process, as well as the future commercial direction of novel biologics in their fastest-growing market worldwide, were also discussed.
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