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The Outlook for Pharmaceuticals Worldwide

NEW YORK, Dec. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

The Outlook for Pharmaceuticals Worldwide

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An unmatched level of intelligence sourcing

Our full time team of experts regularly access over 1,200 primary source information points, including regulatory authorities, health organisations, statistics offices and industry. Much of the information in the Pharmaceutical Market Outlook reports is not readily available in English elsewhere. Espicom partners with the widely regarded Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) to provide up-to-date economic and demographic data – a constant requirement in these rapidly changing times.

Detailed analysis and novel forecasts

Assembling comprehensive data is one thing, but our strength lies in its interpretation. What does it mean and what are the implications for operations and business development? Our analysis is second to none and the economic and market forecasts are built on solid research principles and continually assessed to reflect current and anticipated market conditions.

Global industry

By 2016, the global pharmaceutical market, including pharmacy and hospital sales, is forecast to be worth around US$1.6 trillion at retail prices. High growth in emerging markets will leverage slow growth in developed markets. Cost-containment policies will be offset against market demands for more effective products. Health access will expand, due to increasing generic penetration.

Local needs

The local market is the operating environment in which companies have to work. Domestic priorities set the agenda that affects a company's operations, therefore the prevailing macroenvironment needs to be both understood and planned for. In this way, pharmaceutical companies have strengthened their capabilities to increase sales in local and international markets.

Beyond BRIC markets

The USA will continue to be the first worldwide economy, but other emerging markets will perform well, led by China, India, Russia and Brazil. However, a second wave of emerging markets will arise, namely South Korea, Mexico, Turkey and Indonesia. In an environment that is becoming more regulated, pharmaceutical producers are re-aligning their global strategies.

Quality information = business confidence

Any investment in market information must make a real return in terms of market knowledge and business efficiency. That demands the data is of the highest quality, thoroughly researched with primary sources and with insightful analysis and forecasts. Our team of analysts work full time to produce pharmaceutical market information that is second to none. With Pharmaceutical Market Outlook you get comprehensive market evaluation on which you can rely. Guaranteed.

About Pharmaceutical Market Outlook

Pharmaceutical Market Outlook is a pharmaceutical market evaluation service published by Espicom Business Intelligence. It covers 56 key pharmaceutical markets worldwide.

"We can get all this information off the Internet"

Very unlikely. Much of the analysis and forecasts in Pharmaceutical Market Outlook reports are unique – not to be found elsewhere. Furthermore, much of that information is not readily available in the public domain and some of it not available in English. While some sources of information on the Internet are trustworthy, others are not. Data is not always updated, and one must be ever cautious. Pharmaceutical Market Outlook analysts are in regular and routine contact with over 1200 key information sources in commerce and government including health ministries, companies, trade associations and statistics offices.

The Outlook for Pharmaceuticals in Central and Eastern Europe

Bulgaria

Croatia

Czech Republic

Hungary

Poland

Romania

Russia

Serbia

Slovakia

Slovenia

Ukraine

The Outlook for Pharmaceuticals in Northern Europe

Denmark Finland Norway SwedenThe Outlook for Pharmaceuticals in Western Europe

Belgium

France

Germany

Italy

Netherlands

Portugal

Spain

Switzerland

UK

The Outlook for Pharmaceuticals in Central Asia

China

India

The Outlook for Pharmaceuticals in South East Asia

Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Singapore South Korea Taiwan Thailand VietnamThe Outlook for Pharmaceuticals in North East Asia

China

Japan

South Korea

Taiwan

The Outlook for Pharmaceuticals in Latin America

Argentina

Brazil

Chile

Colombia

Cuba

Mexico

Peru

Venezuela

E7: The Outlook for Pharmaceuticals

Brazil China India Indonesia Mexico Russia TurkeyThe Market for Pharmaceuticals in Brazil, Russia, India & China

Brazil

Russia

India

China

The Outlook for Pharmaceuticals in the Middle East and North Africa

Egypt

Jordan

Morocco

Saudi Arabia

Turkey

To order this report:Pharmaceutical Industry: The Outlook for Pharmaceuticals Worldwide

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