Indonesia May Take Criminal Action Over Contaminated Medicines
By Sebastian Strangio
This year, at least 141 young children have died from acute kidney illness after taking tainted cough syrup.
COVID-19 Is Reshaping Global Pharmaceutical Competition – to Asia’s Benefit
By Hannah Elyse Sworn
The valuable experience gained by Asian companies during the pandemic could upset the West’s monopoly in high-value drugs more generally, with implications for global access to medicines.
When Capitalism Came to North Korea
By Felix Abt
How a Chinese businessman helped spark North Korea’s pharmaceutical industry.
Ali Health: A Revolution for China’s Healthcare Industry?
By Ariella Rotenberg and Peng Di
Led by Alibaba, private-sector players are threatening a major shakeup of China’s healthcare sector.
India-Pakistan: Medicine for Spring, and Other Seasons
By Kermit Jones
Modi and Sharif have an opportunity to improve India-Pakistan relations, starting with pharmaceuticals trade.