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Merck And Korea's Hanmi Build On Cozaar Deal From One Country To More Than 30, And More Could Be On The Way

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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SEOUL - Merck & Co. Inc.'s emphasis on lifecycle management for its Cozaar brand is good news for Hanmi Pharmaceutical, as Merck recently expanded a marketing rights deal for Hanmi's ARB/CCB combination that pairs amlodipine with Merck's losartan. A deal that started in 2009 for the Korean market now stands at 30 markets and signs point to an even broader deal in the future

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