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9th Generics Asia Conference

04 Nov 2014 - 07 Nov 2014 - Singapore, Asia



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The past decade has witnessed significant growth and stern competition amongst generic pharmaceutical companies. This trend is likely to continue with tightened regulations and a patent cliff in the years ahead. IBC’s Generics 2014 is into its 9th year with a new agenda to unlock key concerns through interactive sessions. The conference is a perfect opportunity to gain critical insights on strategic partnerships, marketing planning, investment opportunities in supergenerics, biosimilar challenges, innovative technology and streamlined manufacturing best practices from MNC and regional generics companies



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