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Monitoring To Start As EU SPC Waiver Nears Finishing Line

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A manufacturing waiver to allow EU-based companies to produce generics and biosimilars during the SPC term is expected to gain final approval shortly. However, the European Commission will be watching closely to see whether the provision is actually used by industry.

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