Bis zu 90% sparen! Kostenloser Depotgebühren-Check
030-275 77 6400
DAX-0,17 % EUR/USD+0,42 % Gold-0,13 % Öl (Brent)-1,19 %

Lack of early-stage partnering and collaboration is inhibiting pharma innovation in Asia-Pacific, says Cortellis report

Nachrichtenquelle: PR Newswire (engl.)
29.08.2019, 13:00  |  293   |   |   

New report shows APAC is poised to take bigger slice of pharma market with nearly 6,000 drugs in active development, but obstacles to innovation are inhibiting regional companies from achieving their full potential

LONDON and PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Clarivate Analytics plc (NYSE:CCC; CCC.WS), a global leader in providing trusted insights and analytics to accelerate the pace of innovation, today published a new, first-of-its-kind report entitled "Pharmaceutical innovation in the APAC region: A quantitative company ranking and future outlook."

The report provides insights on which countries/regions in APAC are most conducive to innovation, which companies lead the way today or are poised to lead tomorrow, and how a company's innovation profile affects its success. Report findings show, while exhibiting strong drug development capability, greater early-stage partnering and increased academic collaboration are needed for companies in the APAC region to expand their global footprint.

Developed by the Life Sciences team at Clarivate Analytics, the report contains a bespoke definition of innovation that addresses the unique characteristics of the pharmaceutical industry and less mature markets. Using data from Cortellis, Derwent World Patents Index, Derwent Patent Citation Index and Web of Science, the extensive analysis outlines drivers of and obstacles to innovation at the country/region and company level across three major indices: Early-stage Partnering, Drug Development and Maturity. Starting with a broader universe of 46,509 companies, the list was distilled to a group of 929 for more focused analysis. 

The top 10 most innovative Top-Tier* companies:





Daiichi Sankyo Co Ltd



Takeda Pharmaceutical Co Ltd



Eisai Co Ltd

Diesen Artikel teilen
Seite 1 von 4
Mehr zum Thema
Klicken Sie auf eines der Themen und seien Sie stets dazu informiert. Mehr Informationen hier.

0 Kommentare

Schreibe Deinen Kommentar

Bitte melden Sie sich an, um zu kommentieren. Anmelden | Registrieren



Meistgelesene Nachrichten des Autors