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India may ask Kenya to review drug law 5.5.2009 ET: Policy
India is likely to ask Kenya to make amendments in its recent anti-counterfeit law to protect Indian pharmaceutical exports.
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Drugmakers facing takeover threat: Panel 4.5.2009 Financial Express
Drugmakers facing takeover threat: Panel
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Hetero Drugs close to receiving orders for its swine flu medicines 4.5.2009 ET: Pharma
Hyderabad-based Hetero Drugs is close to receiving orders from foreign countries for its swine flu medicines worth at least $10 mn in the next few days, a top company executive said.
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Pharma cos facing takeover threat, says panel 4.5.2009 HBL: Breaking News
Pharma cos facing takeover threat, says panel
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Drugmakers facing takeover threat: Panel 4.5.2009 Express India-- Front Page
An govt task force has warned of significant takeover threats for most Indian drugmakers.
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Indian drugmakers facing takeover threat, says Govt panel 4.5.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
Indian drugmakers facing takeover threat, says Govt panel
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Indian drugmakers facing takeover threat: Govt panel 4.5.2009 TOI: India Business
Warning of significant takeover threats for most Indian drugmakers by their large foreign peers, an inter-ministerial task force has suggested the Government act proactively to strengthen the pharma industry.
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Indian drugmakers facing takeover threat, says Govt panel 4.5.2009 ET: Pharma
Warning of significant takeover threats for most Indian drugmakers by their large foreign peers, an inter-ministerial task force has suggested the Government act proactively to strengthen the pharma industry.
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Indian drugmakers facing takeover threat: Panel 4.5.2009 Rediff: Business
According to industry experts, there are more than 10,000 drug manufacturers in the country and most of them are small-sector units operating in the generic segment. With a large number of drugs going off-patent in developed markets like the US and Europe, Indian companies are expected to garner a lion's share in the segment.
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Indian drugmakers facing takeover threat: Govt panel 4.5.2009 Sify Finance
New Delhi: Warning of significant takeover threats for most Indian drugmakers by their large foreign peers, an inter-ministerial task force has suggested the Government act proactively to
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Battle of ideas 4.5.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
For over a decade Schneider Electric of France has bombarded a Chinese firm, Chint Group, with lawsuits accusing it of copying its technology.
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Anna University launches trademark search engine 4.5.2009 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Lack of awareness about Intellectual Property Rights a concern, says Vice-Chancellor
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Let micro organisms be patented: Mashelkar report 3.5.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
Let micro organisms be patented: Mashelkar report
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IPR day celebrated 3.5.2009 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Chennai : Vael’s Institute of Business Administration celebrated the intellectual property rights day recently. Registrar of IPR Institute Punithavathy and the Deputy Registrar Kasthuri explained the various steps involved in ...
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Patent firm ceo killed; business rivalry suspected 2.5.2009 New Indian Express
Patent firm ceo killed; business rivalry suspected
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Special 301 tag stays 2.5.2009 New Indian Express
Special 301 tag stays
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Bizman hacked to death in KK Nagar in broad daylight 2.5.2009 TOI: Cities
A 55-year-old businessman was hacked to death in broad daylight while returning from a meeting with his lawyer on Friday.
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Patent office lets Roche keep Hepatitis C drug 2.5.2009 DNA: Top News
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), as many as 180 million people worldwide have been infected by the hepatitis C virus.
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Gilead’s Hepatitis patent plea rejected 2.5.2009 ET: Pharma
The Delhi Patent Office has rejected American company Gilead Sciences’ plea to patent its Hepatitis B drug adefovir dipivoxil sold under the brand name Hepsera.
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India to move WTO against EU MNCs blocking its generics 2.5.2009 ET: Policy
India, along with Brazil, will lodge a complaint with the WTO against the European Union, alleging that Europe-based multinational pharmaceutical firms are persuading African nations to enact anti-counterfeit laws.
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