Pharmaceutical sector expenditures worldwide forecast by country 2017

Worldwide forecast of pharmaceutical expenditures in 2017, by country (in million U.S. dollars)*

by Matej Mikulic, last edited Nov 16, 2017
Pharmaceutical sector expenditures worldwide forecast by country 2017 This statistic shows the worldwide forecast of pharmaceutical spending for 2017, by country. The forecast predicts that in the year 2017 the pharmaceutical sector will spend all together some 1.04 trillion U.S. dollars, with the largest expenditure forecasted for the U.S. with some 385 billion dollars.
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Worldwide forecast of pharmaceutical expenditures in 2017, by country (in million U.S. dollars)*

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