Feasibility Report - China Pharmaceutical Market

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Feasibility Report - China's Pharmaceutical Market looks into the current pharmaceutical market conditions in China. The report covers various subjects that are considered to be of concern to the pharmaceutical industry and/or investors in the pharmaceutical (pharma) industry in China.After a waiting period of two years, on October 14th, 2008, the Chinese government released the draft of the healthcare reform plan under the official name, 'Opinions on Deepening Pharmaceutical and Health System Reform (Draft),' for public comments. While this document offers limited details on the roadmap for the future of healthcare, it does provide clear statements on the high-level principles and objectives of China's new healthcare systems. In the coming years, multiple topics discussed in this paper will be significantly influenced by this healthcare reform plan.Report Covers:Chapter 1 focuses on the characteristics of the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) market, while Chapter 2 estimates the growth potential for the Chinese Over The Counter (OTC) market. The medical devices sector is presenting a viable business opportunity for both domestic and multinational companies. Chapter 3 provides an overview of the current market size and trends in this fast-growing industry.Contract Research Organizations (CRO) are developing rapidly in China. Outsourcing to Asia and China is also moving up the value chain, from manufacturing to research and development (R&D). In Chapter 4 we elaborate on the drivers and trends in the CRO sector in China.Contract Manufacturing Organisations (CMO) have been established longer than CROs in China, and with an increased commitment to international standards, Chinese CMOs are securing more outsourcing orders from big pharmaceutical companies. In this Chapter the challenges in this sector, which still shows double-digit growth, are discussed.While China tries to build an innovation-oriented country, R&D activities of domestic pharma players are still in their early days. In Chapter 5, we discuss how multinational pharma companies are actively setting up R&D centres in China and look into the motivation behind such an expansion. The new tax regulations established by the central government, which support the shift in China from the world's factory to an international R&D base, are reviewed in Chapter 6.Sales and marketing compliance is high on the agenda of CEOs of multinational pharma companies. Chapter 7 explains how regulators in Western countries are keeping a close eye on sales and marketing activities overseas in an effort to eradicate illegal behavior; and how China also has its own clear-cut version of anti-bribery and corruption legislation in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sector.Over the last ten years, continual cuts to drug prices have pushed many Chinese domestic companies into the red. Chapter 8 looks back on this trend and evaluates whether the price cuts have had their desired effect.In contrast to the mature pharmaceutical markets in the US and Europe, drug distribution in China is substantially different and faces numerous challenges, which are discussed in Chapter 9. Intellectual Property Protection (IPP) has been a major concern for foreign companies operating in China. Chapter 10 discusses how recent developments, such as the growth in R&D expenditures, the proposed changes in the calculation of monetary penalties for infringement, and improvements in Chinese patent law have influenced the level of confidence of foreign firms in the protection of intellectual property.Consolidation in the Chinese pharmaceutical industry continues, as it is a growing sector for mergers and acquisition (M&A) activity in China. Although the impact of the worldwide financial crisis on M&A activity will most likely extend through out 2009 and perhaps beyond. Chapter 11 provides an overview of transactions in the pharmaceutical, medical devices and healthcare services sector.When investors plan to invest in a Chine

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  1. 1. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Feasibility Report - China Pharmaceutical MarketPublished on August 2009 Report SummaryFeasibility Report - Chinas Pharmaceutical Market looks into the current pharmaceutical market conditions in China. The reportcovers various subjects that are considered to be of concern to the pharmaceutical industry and/or investors in the pharmaceutical(pharma) industry in China.After a waiting period of two years, on October 14th, 2008, the Chinese government released the draft of the healthcare reform planunder the official name, Opinions on Deepening Pharmaceutical and Health System Reform (Draft), for public comments. While thisdocument offers limited details on the roadmap for the future of healthcare, it does provide clear statements on the high-levelprinciples and objectives of Chinas new healthcare systems. In the coming years, multiple topics discussed in this paper will besignificantly influenced by this healthcare reform plan.Report Covers:Chapter 1 focuses on the characteristics of the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) market, while Chapter 2 estimates the growthpotential for the Chinese Over The Counter (OTC) market. The medical devices sector is presenting a viable business opportunity forboth domestic and multinational companies. Chapter 3 provides an overview of the current market size and trends in this fast-growingindustry.Contract Research Organizations (CRO) are developing rapidly in China. Outsourcing to Asia and China is also moving up the valuechain, from manufacturing to research and development (R&D). In Chapter 4 we elaborate on the drivers and trends in the CROsector in China.Contract Manufacturing Organisations (CMO) have been established longer than CROs in China, and with an increased commitmentto international standards, Chinese CMOs are securing more outsourcing orders from big pharmaceutical companies. In this Chapterthe challenges in this sector, which still shows double-digit growth, are discussed.While China tries to build an innovation-oriented country, R&D activities of domestic pharma players are still in their early days. InChapter 5, we discuss how multinational pharma companies are actively setting up R&D centres in China and look into the motivationbehind such an expansion. The new tax regulations established by the central government, which support the shift in China from theworlds factory to an international R&D base, are reviewed in Chapter 6.Sales and marketing compliance is high on the agenda of CEOs of multinational pharma companies. Chapter 7 explains howregulators in Western countries are keeping a close eye on sales and marketing activities overseas in an effort to eradicate illegalbehavior; and how China also has its own clear-cut version of anti-bribery and corruption legislation in the pharmaceutical andhealthcare sector.Over the last ten years, continual cuts to drug prices have pushed many Chinese domestic companies into the red. Chapter 8 looksback on this trend and evaluates whether the price cuts have had their desired effect.In contrast to the mature pharmaceutical markets in the US and Europe, drug distribution in China is substantially different and facesnumerous challenges, which are discussed in Chapter 9. Intellectual Property Protection (IPP) has been a major concern for foreigncompanies operating in China. Chapter 10 discusses how recent developments, such as the growth in R&D expenditures, theproposed changes in the calculation of monetary penalties for infringement, and improvements in Chinese patent law have influencedFeasibility Report - China Pharmaceutical Market Page 1/4
  2. 2. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statisticsthe level of confidence of foreign firms in the protection of intellectual property.Consolidation in the Chinese pharmaceutical industry continues, as it is a growing sector for mergers and acquisition (M&A) activity inChina. Although the impact of the worldwide financial crisis on M&A activity will most likely extend through out 2009 and perhapsbeyond. Chapter 11 provides an overview of transactions in the pharmaceutical, medical devices and healthcare services sector.When investors plan to invest in a Chinese domestic pharmaceutical company, they often intend to expand their own product line orto take their target company public. Consequently, a comprehensive set of accounting standards is required. This is needed to meetthe accounting standards of the investor for consolidation purposes abroad or for public listing in a foreign market. The implicationsthat investors need to consider are reviewed in Chapter 12.2 business days delivery. Table of Content1. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Market2. Over The Counter (OTC) Market in China3. Medical Devices A Market of Opportunities4. Trends in Contract Research (CRO) and Manufacturing (CMO) Organizations in China5. Domestic R&D Activities in China6. New Tax Regulations to Support International R&D Base in China7. Anti-Bribery And Corruption Legislation in China Pharmaceutical Sector8. Drug Price Analysis9. Drug Distribution in China Pharmaceutical Market10. Intellectual Property Protection in China Pharmaceutical Market11. Mergers And Acquisition (M&A) activity in China Pharmaceutical Market12. Capital Markets and Financial Reporting: What To Consider13. Conclusion Looking ForwardFeasibility Report - China Pharmaceutical Market Page 2/4
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