Tag Archives: Turkey

Emerging Markets: Looking Beyond the Heady Growth Numbers

A sweet helping of “Turkish delight” for local generic producers amounts to harsh medicine for foreign innovator firms… Emerging markets remain the ace in the card deck for big pharma seeking alternatives to the global slowdown in demand for medicines.  The “pharmerging 17” are dealing a strong hand, with a consensus for continued double-digit growth […]
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'Freedom of Thought' Key to Middle East Science Progress

A new report from Thomson Reuters points to a “rapidly changing context for science and innovation in the Middle East.” The Arabian, Persian and Turkish Middle East may currently produce only 4% of the world’s scientific literature, but the output is growing rapidly, according to a new Global Research Report from Thomson Reuters. Indeed, countries […]
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US and Europe At Risk from Substandard Medicines

Guest blog by Helen Disney, Chief Executive and Founder of the Stockholm Network, a pan-European think tank. When most of us look at taking a new medicine we tend to think it will make us better. Some of us may think about possible side effects but few of us expect the medicines we take to […]
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