Wiltshire Capital Sees Biotechnology Industry Booming
Wiltshire Capital agrees with the prediction of GIA that the Global Biotechnology Market will exceed US$320 Billion by 2015.
- (1888PressRelease) January 31, 2012 - This year has been a good start for the biotechnology industry as it performed well in the early stages of 2012. The industry continuous to compensate amiably from the worldwide economic crisis and it brings the iShares NASDAQ Biotechnology Index up nearly 8 percent month-on-month. From a report acquired by Wiltshire Capital from Global Industry Analysts, Inc. (GIA), one factor that led an increase in the funding of biotechnology industry is the improving conditions of economy; it might be slow but steady.
Wiltshire Capital agrees with the prediction of GIA that the Global Biotechnology Market will exceed US$320 Billion by 2015, and this may due on the growth of availability of funding for R&D, boosting and expanding use of biotechnology in medical sciences and agriculture, and favorable government initiatives. These are expected aspects that will drive growth in the biotechnology industry.
Dicussions are underway that developing markets will arise as major industrial and agricultural biotechnology markets, including China and India. They will owe this to a rapid growth in population and income levels. China and India were said to be the key markets for biotech because of their wealth talent pool and low costs of investments.
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