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Japanese Continue Relentless Biotech Stake in Midwest

CHICAGO The Midwest has been approached by a variety of country economic development groups with interest in developing ties between regional biotech communities. These groups include:

1. The Swiss
2. The Germans
3. The Irish
4. The Taiwanese
5. The Israelis
6. The Singaporeans
7. The Danish

None, however, have taken biotech more seriously and more persi......

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Full article >>> fferences. In Japan, most patients still arent told when they are diagnosed with cancer (you can imagine the difficulty in running oncology product clinical trials when patient-informed consent is almost non existent).
5. One beneficial impact has been the global harmonization of the review and approval of drugs between the U.S., Europe and Japan, which has resulted in far more acceptance of f......

Full article >>> ges to the way people live in Japan. Furthermore, for Japan, which must stake its future on knowledge-intensive industries, biotechnology along with information technology is an area of great strategic importance.

Its a no wonder that the Japanese arent only looking to their own biotech to help resolve their health care issues but also to the leading country in the world for biotech: the ......

Full article >>> U.S. part of the program will take place on September 10 at the Chicago Hilton and Towers where JETRO Chicago has created a Midwest all-star life science lineup consisting of U.S. and Japanese life science companies and institutions. These will include:

Key StatisticsJapan
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$4.3 trillion ($0.8 trillion in the Kansai region) $9.3 trillion

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21 percent 12.2 percent
Pharmaceutical market (2002):


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Procter & Gamble Asahi


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If this isnt enough, the KAMBI road show continues its trajectory in the Kansai region in October for a full week from October 18 through 25.

For Midwest life science companies that desire to see the Japanese market first hand, they should plan on heading over to the Kan......

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'"/> By Michael Rosen 08/19/03

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