Insights from regional managing partner of Asia offices Arthur Mok (Shanghai) are featured extensively in an Asian Legal Business China article that examines the impact of the rapid growth of China’s biopharmaceutical and life sciences market on cross-border collaborations.
Arthur notes that China will likely become the world’s largest life sciences market by the end of the decade. He explains that there has been a resurgence of joint ventures for both Chinese and foreign firms pursuing innovative approaches to accessing or expanding the market for new or innovative drugs and therapeutic products.
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