World Pharmaceutical Industry Survey by iCD Research Now Available at MarketPublishers.com16 Mar 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Overall, across the world pharmaceutical industry, 47% of respondents are “more optimistic” about revenue growth for their company over the next 12 months; a further 28% of respondents are “neutral” about revenue growth versus 23% who are “less optimistic” about their company’s revenue prospects.
Growing economic concerns in late 2011 in Europe and North America made organizations to rethink about their growth prospects for 2012. As a result, global economic growth is projected to be 2.5% in 2012 and 3.1% in 2013, as compared to the earlier projection of 3.6%, following the financial turmoil in Europe and weak growth prospects in emerging nations. Emerging markets like China, India and Brazil will enjoy leading growth rate in 2012, with China expected to continue its double digit growth similar to 2011, due to an increase in the Chinese government’s expenditure and individual consumer spending.
New research study “Global Pharmaceutical Survey 2012-2013: Market Trends, Buyer Spend and Procurement Strategies in the Global Pharmaceutical Industry” developed by iCD Research analyzes how pharmaceutical industry companies’ procurement expenditure, business strategies and practices are set to change in 2012-2013. It gives access to the category-level spending outlooks, budgets, supplier selection criteria, business challenges and investment opportunities of leading purchase decision makers; as well as identifies future growth of buyers and suppliers, M&A and e-procurement. The research does not only grants access to the opinions and strategies of 247 business decision makers and competitors, but also examines their actions surrounding business priorities. Information covered is categorized by region, company type and sizes.
Global Pharmaceutical Survey 2012-2013: Market Trends, Buyer Spend and Procurement Strategies in the Global Pharmaceutical Industry
Published: March, 2012
Price: US$ 2.000,00
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