Global pharmaceutical excipients market Opportunities are primarily centered on the growing scientific understanding of functionality excipients

| December 21, 2016

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Although excipients are used in chemicals and food and beverage sector as well, their use is very closely regulated in the pharmaceutical sector. This puts considerable pressure on manufacturers of pharmaceutical excipients who have to follow numerous process-related and regulatory procedures to bring their products to the market. Besides this factor, a slight but steady decline in the investment inflow in pharmaceutical R&D projects could act against the growth of the global pharmaceutical excipients market. While these two restraints remain a major concern, the scenario is anything but gloomy for companies operating in the global pharmaceutical excipients market. As companies strive to improve the efficacy and delivery of drugs, new opportunities are bound to emerge even in the pharma excipients space. For instance, the rising interest in nanotechnology in drug delivery and endeavors to reduce the toxicity of drugs are initiatives that will pave the way for the use of innovative excipients.

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