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Mehta BioPharma Outlook 2010: Emerging markets not as attractive as they seem

Home/Reports | Posted 24/02/2010

As reported by Scrip, the emerging markets may not be as lucrative as they are being made out to be, at least in the short-term, and are expected to attain critical size only by around 2014, according to a new study by Mehta Partners.

How easily will Big Pharma slip into generics ‘avatar’?

Home/Reports | Posted 20/01/2010

After years of warding off generics, large pharmaceutical companies are embracing generic drug manufacturers and vying for a share of the off-patent drugs business. Indian generic companies, once considered business pariahs, are the focus of plenty of action, Anju Ghangurde reports in Scrip News of 9 December 2009.

FirstWord report: Biobetters as solution for biosimilars

Home/Reports | Posted 14/01/2010

In December 2009, FirstWord published the new report Biobetters - Major Players and Market Prospects on the challenging field of biobetters.

European drug seizures criticised in Oxfam/HAI report

Home/Reports | Posted 12/01/2010

EU trade policies regulating the pharmaceutical industry, including the seizure of generic drugs in transit to developing countries, are supporting the commercial interests of some drugmakers while damaging opportunities for innovation and access to medicines in developing countries, an Oxfam International and Health Action International (HAI) report says. The report criticizes recent European customs authorities’ seizures of generic drugs suspected of infringing intellectual property rights.

The world market for biosimilars and their potential in the US

Home/Reports | Posted 26/10/2009

Kalorama Information published a new report on biosimilars, World Market for Biosimilars and the Potential for US Follow-on Biologics on 1 August 2009, based on interviews in the ‘biogeneric’ drug industry and an extensive literature study.

Accenture report: biosimilars offer chances despite risks

Home/Reports | Posted 19/10/2009

According to the report Biosimilars – Emergence of a third market dynamic between original products and generics published by the global management consultancy, Accenture, the biosimilars market will open up interesting opportunities for pharmaceutical and generic companies despite significant risks.

The best selling biotechnology drugs of 2008: the next biosimilars targets

Home/Reports | Posted 14/10/2009

Last updated: 20 September 2013

According to the report Market-Leading Biotechnology Drugs 2009: Blockbuster Dynamics in an Ailing Economy, sales of the top 10 biotech drugs exceeded US$41.5 billion (Euros 28.6 billion) in 2008.

Emerging market for biosimilars and biobetters

Home/Reports | Posted 14/10/2009

The Biophoenix report Biosimilars and Biobetters: Positioning for a New Market published on 9 July 2009 reveals that biosimilar sales may reach US$6 billion (Euros 4.2 billion) by 2013 as regulatory frameworks take shape.

EU will act against drugmakers that delay generics

Home/Reports | Posted 30/09/2009

The European Commission (EC) released its final report on 8 July 2009 concerning competition in the pharmaceutical sector, and said it will increase its oversight of the industry after finding that drugmakers' business practices contributed to the delay of generic drugs being introduced to the market. The EC explained that “to reduce the risk that settlements between originator and generic companies are concluded at the expense of consumers, the EC undertakes to carry out further focused monitoring of settlements that limit or delay the market entry of generic drugs”. Furthermore, it will not hesitate to act against ‘anticompetitive practices’ by drugmakers that delay the market entry of generics, but has also called on Member States to do more to boost generic uptake.

EGA report: Increase patient access to generic medicines

Home/Reports | Posted 05/08/2009

“EU governments need to ensure fast generic medicines uptake, as market access and low market volume in key EU countries is still a real problem and is having a major negative impact on patient access to more affordable treatments”, argues a new report of the European Generic medicines Association (EGA), entitled How to Increase Patient Access to Generic Medicines in European Healthcare Systems.