Indian generic drugs booming

Sanders, Sol W.
August 2007
East-Asia-Intel Reports;8/22/2007, p8
The article reports that Thailand is looking to India for more generic pharmaceuticals. Thailand has rejected efforts by the U.S. to uphold international drug company patents, or at least to seek a legal bypass to permit local production in an emergency. Thailand, China and 10 other nations have been put on the list of the world's worst infringers of intellectual property rights by the U.S. government.


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