Viability of local vaccine production in developing countries: An economic analysis of cost structures, revenue sizes, market shares and vaccine prices
Over half of the vaccines used in developing countries’ immunisation programs are supplied by developing country manufacturers. The viability of vaccine production in developing countries play a significant role in securing the global capacity of vaccine supplies. These producers however, face challenges in balancing between meeting the needs of the large population sizes and high disease burden typically found in developing country markets with uncertainties...[Show more]
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