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EU SPC Waiver: Originators May Need To Act Soon

Executive Summary

A new EU regulation relaxing the rules on generic and biosimilar manufacturing during a product’s supplementary protection certificate period will take effect on 1 July. Originator companies wanting to benefit from a three-year transition period should consider taking action now.

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