Chinese Firms Look Inward To Access Innovation
Domestic Partnerships Now Viable Option
Two recent licensing deals involving Chinese firms underscore the record level of agreements being inked between innovative domestic biotechs and generic drug makers, at a time when corporate valuations and geopolitical tensions have made cross-border transactions harder to grab.
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