8 Feb 2023

Rethinking the supply chain - What are the realities? Who is this really working for?

Talk of bringing back domestic manufacturing to North America has dominated conversations around pharma manufacturing for years, and have been a key talking point in government post-pandemic recovery plans, but how far have we come and who is this really working for? Asian CDMO’s recognizing the trend for western domestic production are globalizing their operations. Will there be an increase in the Civica Rx business model? This session broadcast was a part of CPHI North America Show

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  • 2015
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