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India’s Generics Still Being Stopped During Europe Transshipment

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Indian generics makers are continuing to face seizure of their products transshipped through Europe headed for other nations. German authorities recently seized a shipment of the antibiotic amoxicillin that was headed for the Republic of Vanautu. In another case, the same drug was kept for nearly a month before German authorities released it, saying the shipment was suspected of infringing on a trademark. Amoxicillin is the active pharmaceutical ingredient in several antibiotics, many of them now legal generics. (Click here for more



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