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Generics Players Dominating New OTC Launches In Germany

An analysis by Sempora Consulting of the German OTC market in 2018 shows that generic products dominate new OTC product launches.
Health OTC Drugs

Industry Pact Aligns Canadian Prices To International Levels

An agreement between industry and authorities in effect from April last year is already having a major effect in ensuring Canadian generics prices are similar to those in other developed markets, an official report shows.

Canada Pricing Debate

Teligent Prepares For Injectables Filings With Strengthened Team

As it prepares to start injectables filings from its facility in Buena, New Jersey, Teligent is putting in place its senior operational and quality functions. 

United States Business Strategies

Sanders Maintains The Pressure On Teva, Mylan and Heritage

After urging the US DoJ to act against pharma companies alleged to have conspired in a price-fixing conspiracy, Bernie Sanders and Elijah Cummings write letters to Teva, Mylan and Heritage, accusing the companies of obstructing their enquiry.

Pricing Debate Pricing Strategies

German Medicines Safety Law Will ‘Do Nothing Against Shortages’

A provision in new German legislation that requires insurance funds to consider a variety of suppliers will do nothing to address drug shortages because it is not obligatory, local industry association Pro Generika believes.

Germany Legislation

Contrave Case Splits US Court In Pyrrhic Victory For Teva

Teva has seen two US patents protecting the Contrave combination of naltrexone and bupropion ruled invalid on appeal. But it is no nearer bringing a generic of the weight-loss drug to market, as the Court of appeals upheld a later-expiring patent, albeit on a split decision.

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