Why has EU industry slipped so far behind its US counterpart
This article was originally published in Clinica
There are no longer any EU companies that are as big as the top 10 US companies. That was the stark revelation made by Wilder Fulford, managing director in the Global Healthcare Corporate and Investment Banking Group at Bank of America Securities, when he addressed the annual general meeting of Eucomed in Munich, Germany, this month.
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