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The World Prescription Drug Market Report
Date:11/13/2013

London (PRWEB) November 13, 2013

Key Market Questions Answered by The World Prescription Drug Market Report:

•Which country has the highest prescription drug expenditure?
•Which Middle East country is forecast to have the strongest growth?
•What is the number of dispensed prescriptions in the US, by therapy area?
•How does the Brazilian market compare with China, Russia and India, historically?
•What are the key trends affecting the Latin American countries?

The World Prescription Drugs Market Report 2013 is the perfect accomplice for any industry executive in today’s challenging global market environment. The need for hard facts and statistics to back up everyday business decisions is essential and it is this report that can provide you with that key information.

With hundreds of comparable data points available, who else will provide you with:

•Our exclusive analysts industry opinion – not found anywhere else!
•Key historical data and industry forecasts for 72 countries worldwide
•In-depth prescription drug sale indicators for 2009 – 2017
•Detailed tables and representative graphs with key comparisons such as the top 30 markets by value and by per-capita spending

Proven and reliable

Published by Espicom - experts in the healthcare field for over 30 years, the World Prescription Drug Market Report brings together a range of often difficult to source information in one single, convenient and comprehensive publication.

CONTENTS

BMI Industry View 9

Industry Forecast 15
Africa 15
Algeria 16
Table: Algeria Prescription Drug Market Indicators, Historical Data And Forecasts 17
Egypt 18
Table: Egypt Prescription Drug Market Indicators, Historical Data and Forecasts, 2009-2017 19
Ghana 20
Table: Prescription Drug Sales, 2009-2017 21
Kenya 22
Table: Kenya P
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