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Chinese In-Licensing Continues to Strengthen

Chinese companies are eager to collaborate with their ex-China counterparts, and in-licensing agreements are outpacing other forms of biotech deal-making in 2013. In fact, the number of in-licensing deals announced so far this year is more than the combined number of 2012 deals in out-licensing, JV/Alliance and M&A, according to BIO’s Industry Analysis research and GBI. This deal-making momentum bodes well for small and medium-sized biotech companies that have early-stage compounds under development in the Read More >

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China’s Biotech Innovators

As the Chinese government implements policies aimed at increasing innovation in the life sciences industry, a new breed of domestic Chinese companies are structuring their corporate infrastructure to amplify innovation. Three themes are emerging from these innovative Chinese companies: the development of new business models, partnering with Western entities, and placing Chinese citizens at the helm that have advanced degrees and industrial experience from the West. As an example, consider the management and business model Read More >

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The Return of the Biotech IPO

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It isn’t just the volume of IPOs this summer that makes this window a victory for hibernating private biotechs and their VC backers, it’s the details of the offerings in terms of price, performance, and type of biotech making the leap onto the public stage. For the last five years we have not seen average offering prices land above expectations, but 2013 is breaking that trend. Price performance is also impressive, with a number of Read More >

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Forecasted Sales Growth of Top Therapeutic Areas: Anti-Coagulants to Outpace

Although oncology has the largest market share in the therapeutics business, anti-coagulant products are expected to grow at the fastest rate among the top 15 therapeutic categories, according to a new report from EvaluatePharma. Below is a chart of future growth rates based on data from their “World Preview 2013, Outlook to 2018” report. Their data is based on analyst estimates for marketed and pipeline drugs globally. Following the anti-coagulants are oncology and diabetes drugs Read More >

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R&D – Slow Growth Continues

According to a new report from EvaluatePharma, global pharmaceutical R&D had negative growth in 2012 and is expected to only grow at a snail’s pace over the next five years. As seen in the chart below, industry spending on R&D actually started contracting in 2009 and has been on a new, slower trajectory ever since. To create the chart above, we combined numbers in the new report with previous EvaluatePharma reports for 2000-2004. From the start of the 2000s Read More >

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