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The Pulse on Global Trials by Matthew Howes
In the last decade, the pharmaceutical industry has been expanding clinical research outside familiar territories like the U.S. and EU. Countries like Australia, China, India and Russia have become hot locations for pharma companies to conduct their research activities, and it’s no wonder why. The benefits to expanding clinical research to more countries around the globe are clear. Trials can be completed six to seven months sooner, on average, in countries like China or India, and at a fraction of the cost compared to domestic markets.