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Asia-Pacific Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs) Market Analysis & Forecasts to 2017 in New Research Report @ RnRMarketResearch.com
Date:12/24/2012

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Detailed historic and forecast trends and share analysis of API revenue, based on product types (synthetic and biotech APIs) in the Asia-Pacific market, and in key countries of the region.
Detailed historic and forecast trends and share analysis of API revenue, based on customer base (generic and innovative for synthetic APIs, biosimilars and biologics for biotech APIs) in the Asia-Pacific market, and in key countries of the region and analysis of API revenue based on therapeutic categories at a regional and key country level.

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