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The Rise of Regional Dealmaking

Executive Summary

Biotechs' drive to retain a bigger chunk of downstream rights is forcing product-hungry Big Pharma to accept non-global licensing deals. They'll be up against existing regional players, more accustomed to sharing rights and prioritizing others' drugs.

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