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Offshore Opportunity on the Rise

March 1, 2008

The supply base for preclinical and clinical development services continues to expand in China.

China as a Biopharmaceutical Powerhouse: Just a Matter of Time

December 1, 2007

China's pharma industry represents 5% of the world total. By 2010, China is expected to become the world's fifth largest pharmaceutical market.

Biotechnology and Life Sciences Education in China

November 1, 2007

Biotechnology is definitely a hot topic in China—the country's administrators recently identified it as a "cornerstone of China's national economy by 2020." But most realize that getting there will require a better trained, specialized workforce than currently exists. The Chinese government has been pumping money into life sciences education as part of its plan to achieve a global biotechnological presence over the next 15 years.

Asia Poised to Become the New Biopharmaceutical Hub

August 21, 2007

The center of gravity for the pharmaceutical market is shifting to the Asia-Pacific region from the US and Europe, according to an analysis published by PricewaterhouseCoopers (New York, NY, www.pwc.com).

From the Editor: After Zheng

August 1, 2007

The corruption of China's food and drug sectors is not limited to one man. Likewise, real reform will require the efforts of many.

China Today: Biopharmaceutical Exports

August 1, 2007

In 2006, China exported a total of $890 million in biologics to other countries—a 30.61% increase, compared with the previous year.

China Today: Next Steps Toward Globalization

July 1, 2007

Most Chinese biopharmaceuticals are relatively small and there are not enough of them to sustain a robust services sector.

China Today: Biogenerics in China: An Evolving Industry

June 1, 2007

In China, the presence of a substantial biogenerics industry reflects a growing need to provide healthcare to domestic populations, at a reasonable cost.

China Today: Intellectual Property Protection in China: Does it Warrant Worry?

May 1, 2007

China's central government is aware of the need to improve intellectual property protection and enforcement.



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