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Research Report on China's Antidepressant Market, 2013-2017
Date:6/12/2013

on depression patients in China, among which more than 90% cannot be promptly diagnosed and treated, causing deterioration of diseases and even serious consequences of committing suicide. Statistics show that committing suicide becomes an important cause of death among young adults aged between 15 and 34 in China. Among these crowds, depression patients account for about two-thirds.

At present, the market size of China's antidepressants is very small. In 2012, the market size of China's antidepressants in hospital medicines is only about CNY 3.2 billion, with an increase of 22.6% YOY. In terms of national medicine market, the antidepressant market is still in a small size on the whole. However, with the increasing recognition rate of doctors for depression and people's changes in treatment concepts, it is expected that the future potential of China's antidepressant market is fairly great. It is predicted that in the coming years, the annual growth rate of market size of China's antidepressants in hospital medicines will maintain over 20%.

The following information can be acquired through this report:

- Morbidity of China's Depression
- Current Market of China's Antidepressants in Hospital Medicines
- Competition in China's Antidepressant Market
- Development Trends of Technologies and Market of China's Antidepressants

People working in the industries listed below are recommended to buy this report:

- Antidepressant Manufacturers
- Pharmaceutical Trade Enterprises and Hospitals
- Investors and Research Institutions Focusing on Pharmaceutical Industry

Key Topics Covered:

1 Overview on Antidepressants

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