Tag Archives: Croatia

The Decline of Clinical Trials in Central and Eastern Europe

Currently, 66% of clinical trials are conducted in North America, Western Europe and Australia.  The U.S. hosts 49% of clinical trial sites and generates approximately 40% of clinical data.  Other regions have arisen in recent years.  The main reasons behind this globalization trend are the availability of highly skilled professionals in new research markets, lower […]
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Croatia: A New Hope for European Pharma?

With Croatia’s potential accession to the EU gathering pace, Beth Kennedy looks at the implications for pharma. The growth in overall healthcare expenditure in Croatia is slow and the percentage of GDP is expected to remain the same, but the country’s accession to the EU means that European pharma would have access to cheap products […]
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