Product SynopsisIn Chinese market, there are mainly three categories of invitro diagnostic reagents, biochemical diagnostic reagents, immune diagnostic reagents and molecular diagnostic reagents, accounting for about 65% of invitro diagnostic reagent market in total in 2012. Global invitro diagnostics market is mature and the concentration rate is high. The 8 major enterprises account for over 70% market share. In 2011, the market scale of global invitro diagnostics reached USD 46 billion, among which developed countries accounted for over 80%. Currently, emerging economic entities occupy low proportions, while their growth rates are far ahead of that of mature markets. In China, barriers to entry of this industry are not high and the concentration rate is low. The majority... Read More
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By - Williams and Marshal Strategy
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