Competition to donate doses accelerates; pharma ingredients in decline

Brazil 378 Canada 470 China 2904 Coronavirus 507 Health Care 344 Japan 572 Mexico 840 U.S. 5209

The U.S. and China have outlined accelerated plans to rollout COVID-19 vaccines. China meanwhile has outlined plans to export two billion doses by the end of 2021 compared to 750 million exported so far. The U.S. has donated 111.7 million doses and has plans to ship a further 500 million doses. On top of that though, the U.S. has also exported for sales $1.48 billion of all vaccine types in June after $820 million in May and a “normal” level of $155 million in the prior three months. Shipments have been led by exports to Canada, Mexico and the EU which represented 61.4% of the total in M...

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