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Torrent’s $245m acquisition of Curatio Healthcare has moved it up a rank to No.7 in the overall Indian pharmaceutical market apart from making it the market leader in cosmetic dermatology. While it’s a pricey deal, factors like growing prevalence of skin diseases and shift towards e-commerce bode well for future revenue growth in a nascent market
China is knocking on the door of the world’s top 10 most innovative economies, helped by sustained investment.
Japan has granted to the first approval worldwide to Daiichi Sankyo’s dual EZH1/2 inhibitor valemetostat, for the treatment of adult T-cell leukemia/lymphoma. Taisho’s trivalent anti-TNFα nanobody ozoralizumab also received its global first approval, as part a large new batch of regulatory nods in the country.
After slashing the prices of their blockbuster drugs to gain wider patient access through China's main reimbursement program, multinationals are now beginning to face increasing challenges from local competitors.
With the fourth quarter just around the corner, China's closely-watched annual drug reimbursement and prices negotiations are entering a key final stage. But will applicants need to be more strategic than expedient?
Special guest, Citeline's Annie Siu, discusses the recent ESMO meeting and Jiangsu Hengrui and BeiGene's PD-1 data for hepatocellular carcinoma in this latest episode of the Chinese-language China Biotech podcast.
Boehringer Ingelheim’s corporate senior vice president, head of global regions, Timmo Rousku Andersen, outlines at a recent summit the company’s reshaped approach to digital innovation and the need to entrench an execution bias to scale transformation initiatives.
South Korea moves to lay out clearer accounting guidelines related to R&D costs for pharma and biotech companies, making improvements to earlier official guidance in 2018 in order to ease uncertainties and help foster the sector.
Oversee returnee-founded Chinese biotech start-ups Nuwacell and Arnatar secure $14m in series A and seed rounds respectively, while four other major deals backed by private equity and venture capital firms raise a combined $116m.
At a recent forum in Seoul, an executive of Hanmi Pharmaceuticals, whose novel neutropenia drug has just received a US green light, shares why it is crucial to create "blue oceans" through global innovative drug development and how the Korean firm plans to challenge these markets.
The US- and China-based biotech is expanding three oncology-centered clinical studies of two TGF-1/COX-2-targeted siRNA drug candidates from the US into China.
Plus deals involving Takeda/Puma, SillaJen/Basilea, Celltrion/Abpro, METiS/Voronoi, Yuhan/AtoGen, Biocytogen/FineImmune and Avance/C3.
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