Interview: Eisai India Unit’s Pivotal Role As Japan Genericizes
Eisai India chief Dr. Sanjit Singh Lamba outlines the competitive edge that the Japanese group’s Indian site offers under the deal with Nichi-Iko; the site has also never “depended” on active pharmaceutical ingredients from China. In a wide-ranging interview with Scrip, Lamba also discusses recent quality compliance initiatives in India.
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