Much anticipated legislation signals flexibility over online sales of pharma products and definition of counterfeits, but the law also falls short on key elements of pharmaceutical innovation and intellectual property rights protection, says one legal expert.
Just one year ago, biotechs were queuing up to list in Hong Kong following a relaxation of rules, but now many are postponing plans or simply shifting away, impacted by the market's low valuations, fast-changing environment and surprisingly strong competition from a new Shanghai trading section.
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