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Deals Of The Week: Pfizer/NextWave, Genzyme/Alnylam, AstraZeneca/Ironwood

Executive Summary

Two Western big pharmas struck back-to-back deals this week with two U.S. biopharmas and will bring their innovative drugs to Asia without a local partner. The details of the deals are different, but both signal a willingness on the part of biopharmas to partner with experienced, feet-on-the-ground Western companies as a route into emerging Asian markets, though they’ll still need to find a local partner down the road.

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