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Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) Market in the Americas to 2017 - Shift Towards Generics and Biosimilars as South and Central America Emerges as a Key Growth Region

GBI Research’s report, “Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) Market in the Americas to 2017 - Shift Towards Generics and Biosimilars as South and Central America Emerges as a Key Growth Region" provides detailed insight into the Americas API market. The research presents detailed analysis and forecasts of the major economic and market trends affecting the API markets in this region. The report contains market forecasts, product type analysis, drivers and restraints. In addition, it includes market forecasts, product type analysis, therapeutic categories analysis and CMO growth in the region and its influence on API manufacturing activity towards 2017. Overall, the report presents a comprehensive analysis of the Americas API market, covering all the major parameters.

The report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Research’s team of industry experts.

Americas is the second largest regional market for APIs by revenue in the world. Americas active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) market revenue held a share of around 42.5% of global API market revenue of 108.6 $ billion in 2011. Total revenue generated by the Americas API market was $46.1 billion in 2011 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.6% to reach $63.8 billion by 2017.This will be supported by healthy demand from biotech and generic API sectors.

Report Highlights
South and Central America Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients Market Closing Gap on Northern Neighbors

The active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) market in the Americas was worth a staggering $46 billion in 2011, with North America accounting for over 88% of it. But thanks to rapidly expanding economies and improvements in healthcare, South and Central America (SCA) are set to take a more substantial chunk in the future, predicts pharmaceutical industry analysts GBI Research in their latest report.

According to the report*, the SCA region has one of the fastest growing API markets in the world, with a growing demand for generic and biologic medications. Mexico is currently the largest market in the region, but thanks to an aging population and a strengthening healthcare system, Brazil is expected to overtake by 2017.

SCA countries are becoming increasingly open to global drug producers and supporting the manufacture of medications at home through investments. Many governments in the region are aware of the huge potential of generics and are providing financial backing as well as promoting pharmaceutical growth through the employment of various programs and schemes.

This region is also home to an expanding aging population and is witnessing an increase in lifestyle diseases such as diabetes and obesity – further driving the demand for healthcare and pharmaceutical treatments.

The API market in South and Central America was valued at $5.4 billion in 2011 and is expected to climb at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of nearly 13% to reach 11.1 billion in 2017. As the North American API market is expected to grow at a more modest CAGR of 4.4%, the SCA will increase its share of the total Americas market to 17.4% from the 11.7% stake held in 2011.

*Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) Market in the Americas to 2017 - Shift Towards Generics and Biosimilars as South and Central America Emerges as a Key Growth Region

This research presents detailed analysis and forecasts of the major economic and market trends affecting the API markets in this region.

This report was built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research, and in-house analysis conducted by GBI Research’s team of industry experts.

Chemie   Marktstudie
Jahrgang:   2012
Herausgeber:   GBI Research
Preis:   3,500.00€
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