Biocon Confident As First Biosimilars Seen Hitting Europe In Early 2018
India’s leading biologics company Biocon has said it expects its first biosimilar products to be launched in the European market by early 2018 and is bullish on both its plans in the sector and earnings prospects after reporting quarterly net profit soared by a better than expected 52%.
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