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Celltrion Sets Up JV With Nan Fung To Sell Biosimilars In China

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Celltrion is pushing into biosimilar market opportunities in China by setting up a joint venture with local player Nan Fung Group. Vcell Healthcare is aiming to market three of Celltrion’s biosimilars as well as exploring setting up a manufacturing plant in China.

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