Samsung Bioepis On The Secrets Of Its Success
Cost Leadership Just One Factor
Since being established in 2012, Samsung Bioepis has grown into a global biosimilars leader with one of the most robust portfolios of products and pipelines in the sector. Its executive vice-president tells Scrip what’s behind this rapid growth and the strategy the Samsung Group affiliate is pursuing to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic and become a fully integrated operation in the longer term.
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