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Ranbaxy sell-off a shock for industry 12.6.2008 TOI: India Business
Even four years ago, no one would have predicted today’s endgame. Ranbaxy, fresh from clocking a record $1 billion in sales, had big plans for the developed markets like US and Europe.
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Ranbaxy deal may spur hostile bids in India 12.6.2008 Rediff: Business
Aurobindo pharma, cipla, orchid chemicals are the prominent takeover targets.
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India receives WTO support in battle against bio-piracy 12.6.2008 ET: Policy
In a major boost to India’s fight against bio-piracy at the multi-lateral level, World Trade Organisation director general Pascal Lamy, in his report on ‘GI extension and bio-diversity consultations’, has said that there is an important common ground on the need to implement Trips and the convention on bio-diversity (CBD) in a mutually supportive way.
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Ranbaxy: Milestones 12.6.2008 HBL: Corporate
Ranbaxy’s original promoters, Ranjit Singh and Gurbax Singh, got together to form Ranbaxy & Co. with the aim of taking up the distribution of medicines in the country on behalf of foreign pharma firms. In the early 1950s, Gurbax ...
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Ranbaxy goes back to its Japanese roots 12.6.2008 HBL: Corporate
New Delhi, June 11 Ranbaxy is back in the Japanese fold — that is where it started from 71 years ago. The company’s original promoter, Gurbax Singh, was employed with Japanese pharmaceutical company A. Shiniogi, ...
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Ranbaxy stake sale — When predator turned prey 12.6.2008 HBL: Corporate
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Why did Malvinder decide to sell Ranbaxy? 11.6.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
Why did the promoters of India's largest pharmaceutical company decide to sell the family silver, at a time when Indian firms are aggressively exploring and concluding acquisitions overseas?
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When IT giants clash with the pharma industry 11.6.2008 Rediff: Columns
Patent reform in the US is on hold indefinitely.
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Enterprise: REAL CUSTOMER BENEFITS 11.6.2008 The Statesman
Enterprise: REAL CUSTOMER BENEFITS
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Latha Jishnu: When IT giants clash with the pharma industry 11.6.2008 Business Standard
Latha Jishnu: When IT giants clash with the pharma industry
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‘Medicines should be subsidised too’ 11.6.2008 HBL: Opinion
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Ponni rice in patent row 11.6.2008 ET: Agriculture
Farmers in Tamil Nadu growing popular non-basmati rice 'Ponni' have protested vociferously over Malaysia being granted trademark rights for the rice variety.
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Need to focus on GI in fight to reverse Ponni trademark 11.6.2008 ET: Agriculture
The fate of the famous Ponni variety of rice, now registered under Malaysian Trademark Act by Malaysia's Syarikat Faiza, has once again exposed India’s weakness in guarding the IPR of its traditional agricultural produce.
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India seeks Trips to bio-piracy 10.6.2008 ET: Foreign Trade
India has insisted that the issue of amending the trade-related aspects of intellectual property rights agreement (Trips) to check bio-piracy should be made part of the upcoming horizontal process at the World Trade Organization (WTO).
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AT A GLANCE 8.6.2008 Deccan Herald
AT A GLANCE
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Symantec to expand research initiatives in India 7.6.2008 Sify Finance
Symantec Corporation is set to expand its research and development mandate out of India, with a focus on new generation products and customisation requirements for markets in the region.
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Casting a web 7.6.2008 The Statesman
Casting a web
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Madras HC restrains TVS from making bikes with CCVTi technology 16.2.2008 ET: Two Wheelers
The Madras High Court on Saturday restrained TVS Motor Company from manufacturing, marketing, selling and exporting two-wheelers and three-wheelers based on CCVTi technology.
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Myth broken: drug sector not the patent king 6.6.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
While a lot of popular attention goes to the chemicals and drug sectors regarding their patents and litigations, the statistics show that mechanical and electrical industries are getting more focused on getting patents to stay ahead both domestically and internationally in the post-liberalisation era.
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Patents do not require big bucks 6.6.2008 Sify Finance
Patents do not require big bucks and nor do massive R&D spends necessarily translate into an increase in patent filing.
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