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The Number of Biotechnology Companies has Only Decreased by 10% Despite the Crisis
Date:9/30/2010

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The Number of Biotechnology Companies has Only Decreased by 10% Despite the Crisis

 

PAMPLONA, Spain, September 30, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The global biotechnology industry has been more resistant to the economic crisis than expected. This has been one of the main conclusions of the international round table "Opportunities and Challenges of the Global Biomarkets", held as part of the 5th International Meeting on Biotechnology, BioSpain 2010, organised by the Spanish Association of Biocompanies (ASEBIO) and the Government of Navarre through SODENA. During this event, experts from around the world have talked about their experience of each of their geographic locations in the field of biotechnology. Among the most important issues discussed they highlighted two: the i
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