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Gearing-up-gravity - *connectedthinking Gearing up for a global gravity shift growth risk and learning in the Asia pharmaceutical market Industries

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Unformatted text preview: *connectedthinking Gearing up for a global gravity shift* growth, risk and learning in the Asia pharmaceutical market Industries Pharmaceutical Acknowledgements Editorial Review Board: Steve Arlington, Sunho Choi, Phan Thi Thuy Duong, Simon Friend, Abhijit Ghosh, Annie Han, Kulvech C Janvatanavit, Sandy Johnston, Brenda AP Lee, Dong-Keon Lee, Elliot Liao, Beatrijs Van Liedekerke, Benedict P Muniandi, Mark Alvin L Poa, Sujay Shetty, Shong Ye Tan, Wee Hong Teh, Nisha Vishwakarma, Zoya Vassilieva, Allan Zhang Contents Introduction 4 Key highlights 5 Growth 6 Risk 11 Learning 17 Outsourcing 23 Looking ahead 28 Appendix Methodology Contacts • • Introduction The centre of gravity of the global pharmaceutical industry is shifting. Not only is Asia set to be the largest pharmaceutical market in the world but many Asian territories will be powerhouses of the industry. The shift started as economies grew and low cost manufacturing in the region expanded. Now, companies are, increasingly, also seeking to site research, development and clinical trial activity in Asian territories. Multinational pharmaceutical companies are building up their presence in the region. In parallel, many Asian pharmaceutical companies are looking outward and extending their own international reach. Within the region, there is a plethora of domestic companies with the likelihood of substantial consolidation. The region is far from homogenous and each market has its own unique challenges and opportunities. The risk landscape is complex and, while there has been significant progress on many fronts, major concerns remain. Against this background, PricewaterhouseCoopers has conducted 185 interviews with MNC and domestic pharmaceutical companies across nine territories. The report provides insight into how their companies are Gearing up for a global gravity shift and their views on the growth, risk, learning and outsourcing challenges that lie in front of them. The results highlight the way the industry is changing in the region and the issues that concern companies most. It also looks at the lessons companies have learned along the way and how the two sets of companies, domestics and MNCs, can learn from each other. PricewaterhouseCoopers has a presence across the region and works with a range of companies, both domestics and MNCs, engaged in many different parts of the pharmaceutical industry. Throughout the report, we also take a look at some of the individual markets and, in a series of focus panels, we examine some of the key dilemmas that companies are facing and how they can be resolved. Gearing up for a global gravity shift 4 PricewaterhouseCoopers Gearing up for a global gravity shift PricewaterhouseCoopers 5 The shifting global centre of gravity The pharmaceutical industry in Asia is gearing up to be at the centre of the global market and most expect this shift to happen fast. Fifty five per cent of multinational companies (MNCs) and 62% of domestic companies...
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Gearing-up-gravity - *connectedthinking Gearing up for a global gravity shift growth risk and learning in the Asia pharmaceutical market Industries

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