Reuters- Japanese Pharma Co. Yamanouchi to Double Genomics Spending in Five Years | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 24 – Yamanouchi pharmaceuticals, Japan's third-largest drug maker,  plans to spend 50 billion yen, or $411.8 million, on genomics in the next five years, Reuters reported from Japan on Tuesday.

This investment doubles the company’s recent genomics spending level of four to 5 billion yen in the past several years.  

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