Behind A Rekindled Dream And China Biotech’s New Reality
Survival Guide As Bubble Bursts
The latest mega deals aimed at bringing Chinese innovation to the US have rekindled go-global hopes for a sector badly needing some cheer. But some investors say out-licensing may be the best route and that Chinese biotech must scale back its do-all mentality and focus on what it does best amid a new reality.
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