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Infographic: ASEAN-6

Home to over half a billion people, the ASEAN region constitutes the eighth largest economy in the world. With pharmaceutical sales projected to exceed $20 billion in 2014, it’s an increasingly attractive and dynamic growth market for pharma manufacturers.

But with pharmaceutical market researchers being subjected to ever tighter budgets and timelines, conducting research in all ASEAN markets is rarely a viable option.

A common question amongst our clients interested in leveraging opportunities within the ASEAN markets is ‘if I can research only one ASEAN market for my product, how do I go about choosing one?’ A seemingly straightforward question, yet one which is actually quite difficult to answer.

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We are one of the largest independent healthcare market research and consulting agencies in the world. Trusted partner to the global pharmaceutical industry, we use our expertise and experience to deliver intelligent, tailor-made solutions. We provide strategic recommendations that go beyond research, helping our clients to answer their fundamental business challenges. 

19th May 2015

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