In the global race to deal with Covid-19, Germany’s extensive network of pharmaceutical companies are involved in major international collaborations and are benefiting from generous government support. German pharma is driving digitalization forward.
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Global exports may be down because of the various restrictions associated with the Covid-19 pandemic, but 2020 is shaping up to be an excellent year for German pharmaceutical companies.
With the entire world looking for responses to the coronavirus pandemic, Germany’s pharmaceutical companies are attracting considerable attention. We asked Han Steutel, the president of the German Association of Research-Based Pharmaceutical Companies, for an update on the progress in developing anti-corona medications.
Over the Counter (OTC): People in Germany have been self-medicating more and more in recent years. Sales of prescription-free drugs are increasing at pharmacies and through online mail order services. Why?
GTAI’s new report on foreign direct investment shows that Germany remains a top destination for global investors.
Increasing numbers of British companies are setting up new bases in Germany in order to maintain an all-important foothold in the European Union. There has been a surge in the number of companies wishing to extend trademarks and patents into the trade bloc.
Some six months into the corona pandemic, the value of resilience is growing ever clearer. In our new video, we look at sectors of German business that represent opportunities amid this most disruptive crisis. Whether its telemedicine, fintech or pharmaceuticals, some clever entrepreneurs are turning the social change wrought by Covid-19 to their advantage. Check it out in our new video.
Germany has received international praise for the early measures it took to limit the negative economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic. But how much of this was down to government policy? We take a closer look.
Interview with Michael Hüther: The director of the German Economic Institute in Cologne, considers Germany’s response to the corona crisis and the direction the economy will take.
The coronavirus pandemic has created new arenas and chances for investors interested in German businesses. The openings are particularly apparent in robotics, 3D printing, data protection and e-learning.
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