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Thailand Plans To Produce Own Generics Of Major Drugs

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Thailand's Government Pharmaceutical Organization is building a $22.2 million plant to manufacture its own versions of major drugs it feels are too expensive. The plant is expected to be completed within six months and able to produce its first drugs early next year, at a rate of three billion tablets a year. The GPO currently imports generics from other countries to replace branded drugs it has declared subject to compulsory license. With its own plant, the agency hopes to save money on even the imports and speed patient access to the medicines. (Click here for more

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