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The Outlook for Pharmaceuticals in Western Europe
Date:3/6/2012

ion, have included drug price cuts or discounts in markets such as France, Germany, Greece, Italy and Spain. These price cuts will have an impact across Western Europe, as many other countries use a reference pricing system. These price cuts could limit market growth and there are also fears that lower prices could lead to higher levels of parallel exports.

The hospital market is expected to be the main driver of growth in Western European markets, with increasing investment in expensive, innovative products to treat chronic diseases, such as cancer. The investment from hospitals into new drugs will offset the falling prices of mature drugs that are soon to go off patent. There are opportunities to further explore biotechnology advances and reformulations, which will drive the market forward in the long term.

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The Outlook for Pharmaceutical Markets in Western Europe is a unique collection of management reports from Espicom Business Intelligence. Each report provides individual and highly-detailed analysis of each market, looking at key regulatory, political, economic and corporate developments in the wider context of market structure, service and access. The reports are available individually, or as a discounted collection, and prices include four completely updated reports sent quarterly, together with a comprehensive statistical appendix. There are over 60 markets covered in the worldwide series.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE REGION

FRANCE

France has one of the highest pharmaceutical per capita consumption levels in the world. The French pharmaceutical market is also one of the world's largest. Overall pharmaceutical market growth has been comparatively low in recent years and is expected to average a moderate CAGR in the medium term, with government cost-containment programmes exerting downward pressure on reimbursable products. The hospital market has been much more dynamic with growt
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