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Research and Markets: Biologics in the Emerging Markets: Ripe for Realization of the Commercial Potential - But Hurdles Still to Overcome
Date:2/21/2013

provides an overview of the current biologics landscape in each of the BRIC markets, along with expected challenges and potential areas of growth in the near term

  • Understand how key factors, such as diagnostic testing, high price points and negative perceptions of biologics, are hindering their wider use in some emerging markets
  • Benefit from CBR's in-depth analysis of the competitive landscape for biologics in the BRIC markets, including recent activities of both local and multinational companies and the prospects for collaboration moving forward
  • Access our assessment of how biosimilars are boosting the biologics sector within emerging markets and why they have been so quick to take off in these regions compared to the US and EU market
  • Key Topics Covered:

    Executive summary

    Methodology

    Biologics overview

    • Definition
    • Different types of biologics
    • The global biologics market

    Biologics in emerging markets - key facts

    • Snapshot of key markets
    • Biologics growth prospects
    • Biosimilars and the emerging markets
    • Regulation of biologics
    • BRIC countries in focus

    Key challenges to greater use of biologics in the emerging markets

    • Diagnostic testing
    • The high cost of biologics
    • Other hurdles to biologic use

    Who are the key biologics players in emerging markets?

    • Overviews of the competitive landscapes and key activities in the BRIC countries

    Appendix

    • Supplemental information
    • List of sources

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