Big Pharma's EU Woes Continued In Second Quarter - Where’s The Bottom?
In addition to patent expiries, which affected pharma company performance globally, ongoing price cuts for drugs and increasing parallel trade continued to hurt pharma’s European performance in the second quarter, with the gloom unlikely to lift soon. What’s at stake is further pharma investment in Europe.
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