Korea Q2 Roundup: In-House Drugs, Exports Help Hanmi, Daewoong, Boryung
Among the strong performers, Hanmi benefitted from growth for in-house-developed metabolic disease drugs and China cold syrup sales and Daewoong was boosted by exports of botulinum toxin, while Boryung reported record quarterly sales helped by its flagship antihypertensive.
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