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Russia Pledges $3.9 Billion For Local Pharma Growth, As Big Pharma Scrambles To Set Up Shop

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Russia has called for half of all pharmaceuticals in the country to be produced domestically in the next decade, pledging to spend 122.9 billion rubles ($3.97 billion) to get international drug makers to shift drug production to the country and strengthen R&D collaboration

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