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Indonesia Pharma Outlook From IPMG Director Parulian Simanjuntak: An Interview With PharmAsia News

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Indonesia is one of the least attractive pharma markets in Asia, with multinational companies facing major obstacles due to government restrictions and lack of transparency. Deficiencies in patent protection and a sizeable counterfeit industry make the situation even grimmer there. International Pharmaceutical Manufacturers' Group Executive Director Parulian Simanjuntak talked with PharmAsia News about the regulations that are putting a stranglehold on manufacturers in Indonesia and MNCs that might otherwise be thinking about entering Indonesia. IPMG, based in Jakarta, is the association for international pharmaceutical companies doing business in Indonesia.

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