Lupin CEO Says Additional incentives Needed To Make US Manufacturing Viable
Vinita Gupta Talks To AAM Chief Dan Leonard About Lupin’s Strategy
Lupin CEO Vinita Gupta has insisted that additional incentives are necessary to make local manufacturing in the US viable. The recently-launched podcast by the US Association for Accessible Medicines, with CEO Dan Leonard as the host, welcomed Gupta who shared details of Lupin’s strategy and how the company plans to keep a firm foot in affordable medicines.
You may also be interested in...
AAM CEO ‘Not Fully Aligned With Biden Administration On Pay-For-Delay Ban’
In an exclusive interview with Generics Bulletin, US Association for Accessible Medicines CEO Dan Leonard has expressed concerns over the blanket change to patent settlements introduced by Joe Biden’s recent executive order. Furthermore, Leonard expects to see a “robust decade” for generic drugs, biosimilars and complex generics as many major brands are set to lose their exclusivity.
US Sees Increasing Diversity In Generic Formulations
Over the past five years, around a tenth of the US generics market’s total value has been ceded by oral solid dose generics to other formulations, IQVIA’s Doug Long told the AAM’s “Access!” annual meeting at the end of May.
US Albuterol Market Hots Up With Lupin ProAir Approval
The market for generic albuterol sulfate is becoming increasingly commoditized in the US, with Lupin announcing FDA approval for generic ProAir – the Indian company’s first device-based inhalation product in the US. Nevertheless, it remains a lucrative opportunity for ANDA sponsors.