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The Directorate General of Foreign Trade has laid down the conditions for import and export of human biological samples for commercial purposes recently.
August 12, 2016: As per the policy, “export and import should be permitted by “customs authorities at the port of entry/exit without prior approvals (import licence/export permit) from any other government agency, prov.
Lupin Ltd, India’s third largest drug maker, will buy a portfolio of 21 generic brands from Osaka-based Shionogi & Co. Ltd at the cost of US $150 million.
August 3, 2016: The move will help the company to strengthen its presence in the Japanese market, the second largest pharmaceutical market with a size of US$ 110 bn. The acquisition will make Lupin rank sixth among gen.
Five anti diabetes drugs are amongst the top ten selling drugs in the country. Control of non-communicable disease has been one of the greatest challenges for the country. This is a major shift from the earlier trend when the organised retail pharma market was dominated by anti infectives and antibiotics.
Sun Pharma, India’s largest drug company has rolled out InfuSMART the first ever ready to administer version of anti cancer drug gemcitabine in six countries of Europe including Netherlands, UK, Spain, Germany, Italy and France.
Around 61 per cent of Indians prefer to purchase medicines online as per a survey conducted by Consumer Online Foundation and market research firm, BRIEF (Bureau of Research on Industry and Economic Fundamentals).
July 7, 2016: Tighter regulation needs to be in place not only for online sales but also brick and mortar stores as per the Foundation.