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    The pharmaceutical industry is a major contributor to the U.S. economy, especially the biopharmaceutical sector because it creates professional jobs. The industry also serves as the “foundation upon which one of the United States’ most dynamic innovation and business ecosystems is built,” according to the Battelle Technology Partnership Practice. In the paper the main focus will be PAREXEL International Corporation that is a leading global biopharmaceutical services organization that offers “a broad

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    main hub of pharmaceutical industry are in United Kingdom, USA. New Zealand is far away located from these countries and has a population of 4.4 million and has got less number of pharmaceutical industries. The statistics figure show that there were only two compounds developed during 2001 but due to increased in the government funds from $16.3 million in the year 2000-2001 to $43.1 million in the year 2006-2007 the number increased to 12. The success and profit of a pharmaceutical industry depends on

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    Introduction The Indian Pharmaceutical Industry is in the front rank of India’s science based industries. It is a highly organized sector. The Industry is estimated to be of worth $ 4.5 billion, with growth of about 8 to 9% annually. It ranks very high in terms of technology, quality and range of manufactured medicines. From simple headache pills to heavy antibiotics and complex cardiac compounds, almost each and every type of medicine is now made indigenously. It meets around 70% of the country's

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    Marketing in the Pharmaceutical Industry

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    The pharmaceutical industry has become a chief player in the marketing of their products. As its leading companies have such a strong presence in Ireland, and the fact that its marketing policies are forced to vary from country to country, I found it to be a very appropriate topic. It is a highly regulated industry, governed by different global statutory bodies, each incorporating different laws, which marketers must be aware of. I discuss how different global legislation can affect marketing strategies

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    Corruption in the Pharmaceutical Industry

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    One thing is guaranteed to happen; people will always get sick. Diseases and bacteria are always changing and the human body’s immune system isn’t always prepared to fight it off. The pharmaceutical industry knows this, and that’s why they are a multi-billion dollar industry. Today, you will see a pill that will virtually cure every kind of “disease” out there whether it’s physical, emotional, or neurological. What is a “disease”? Supposedly if you have constant headaches, you have a disease. If

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    The pharmaceutical industry produces drugs for both diseases and medical conditions. There are three types of drugs; curable, preventative and palliative. Pharmaceutical companies spent an estimated 51.1 billion in 2013 to discover and develop new medicines. More than 300 new drug products were approved by the FDA in the last decade. Now 2900 different drugs are in the process of being studied in the US. (http://www.phrma.org/about#sthash.yWixx0ku.dpuf) Before release for consumption, these drugs

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    Drug Promotion in the United Kingdom and Sweden: A Study of Pharmaceutical Industry Self-Regulation – Case 4 In many European countries and the UK, drug promotion is controlled by codes of practice managed by the pharmaceutical industry under a system known as self-regulation (Mulinari, Merlo and Zetterqvist 2015). Self-regulation is often voluntary since the pharmaceutical industry is able to design and follow its own set of rules. The UK and Sweden are the two countries frequently praised for

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    According to Moss (Schuiling and Moss, 2004), pharmaceutical companies have not worked proactively in identifying a brand identity for their products and in communicating this identity to consumers. They have not done market research to determine their brand identity and to verify if this is how consumers view them. Although brands exist in both the consumer goods and pharmaceutical industries, only the consumer goods industry is using brands as a competitive tool, managing its brands with care and

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    The Indian pharmaceutical industry enjoys certain advantages, which include low cost of innovation and capital expenditure, and strong domestic support in production, from raw material requirements to finished goods. The competitive structure of the pharmaceutical industry was being redefined due to the threat of new entrants, intense price competition, entry of large players, and new regulations and rules as well as a shift in focus. In addition, the partnerships between pharmaceutical and biotechnology

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    Market Niches and the Pharmaceutical Industry Three men were asked to race in a competition across a desert for a grand prize. Of the three men, the two strongest and fastest start running franticly into the desert in hopes to beat the other. The third man stood calmly and watched the race for a moment and then began to walk in the other direction with a smile on his face. A judge of the race stopped the man walking in the other direction and asked him, “Where are you going? The race is that

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