China targets biotech

Festel, Gunter
September 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;9/18/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 35, p36
Trade Publication
The article reports that China is targeting the biotechnology industry. The country's growth in biotechnology has soared. With the latest advances in drug research and development, and with the advantage of lower costs, China is clambering up to the top. Biotechnology could become the fastest growing industry in China over the next few years, as it will be put high on the country's mid- and long-term scientific and technological development strategy for 2006 through 2020.


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