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The global pharmaceutical market remained dynamic in 2016

Despite the trend to regulate drug prices, the global pharmaceutical market continued to grow strongly last year and should remain well-oriented by 2020, according to a study by QuintilesIMS published Friday.

Global drug sales increased by 7% in 2016, reaching 1.085 billion. And they should grow from 4% to 7% per year on average by 2020, driven by the US in value terms and by emerging countries in volume, according to the study.

China became the world's second largest pharmaceutical market last year, behind the United States, thanks to its consumption of generics.

However, the Japanese market remains the world's second-largest provider of patent-protected medicines, according to Stéphane Sclison, chief strategy officer at QuintilesIMS, said in a statement.

Sales in North America, which accounts for nearly half of the global pharmaceutical market, increased by 6% last year, as in the Africa-Asia-Pacific area (24% of the world market).

In Europe (22% of the world market), drug sales increased by 5% last year, but are expected to return to "more moderate" levels in the coming years, according to QuintilesIMS, notably because the impact of The arrival of innovative and expensive drugs against hepatitis C, which had spurred spending, has been stabilized.

In France, the city market (medicines sold in pharmacies), in decline since 2010, continued to decline last year (-0,4% to 19,47 billion), mainly due to government-imposed price cuts On reimbursed drugs, according to the research firm.

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