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Will Innovation Replace Branded Generics As Dominant Strategy For Big Pharma In Emerging Markets?

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Executive Summary

Pricing pressure will increase over time in emerging markets, hitting the bottom line of multinationals, particularly those with high exposure to branded generics, Deutsche Bank predicts.

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