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Biotech & Life Science Companies Target Emerging Markets in 2015

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As competition between life science companies intensifies, traditional markets – especially those in the Unites States – are beginning to see secondary markets catch up. Suburbs are becoming more and more popular for companies as rents increase and specialized labor talent demand higher wages. Additionally, countries like Brazil, China and India, are beginning to dominate relocation efforts as the global market grows.

As competition between life science companies intensifies, traditional markets – especially those in the Unites States – are beginning to see secondary markets catch up. Suburbs are becoming more and more popular for companies as rents increase and specialized labor talent demand higher wages. Additionally, countries like Brazil, China and India, are beginning to dominate relocation efforts as the global market grows.

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