Europe Puts Its API Dependence On Asia Under The Microscope
Europe and Asia’s Manufacturing Role Reversal Over 20 Years Is Analyzed
The high concentration of API manufacturers in India and China posing a risk to the European supply chain became the highlight of the discussion among panellists at a recent Medicines for Europe webinar, as possible solutions to reduce the risk of shortages were pitched.
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