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Akriti Seth

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London, UK
As a correspondent for Channel NewsAsia, Singapore and for India Technology News, Akriti has covered a wide range of subject-matter including politics, economics and technology for a B2B audience. She has also gained experience working for Bloomberg TV India and Mid-Day Mumbai. Akriti is a graduate of the University of Mumbai and holds a masters from Mumbai's Xavier Institute of Communications. Most recently she has worked as a freelance journalist in London, where she is now based, having lived there for the past two years. She enjoys photography and blogging.

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In an exclusive interview with Generics Bulletin, IGBA chair Sudarshan Jain said that a resilient and diversified supply chain is critical, but localized production may not be the answer to everything. IGBA secretary general Suzette Kox and Jain discussed key lessons to be learned from COVID-19, the IGBA’s focus on regulatory harmonization, and challenges in driving the adoption of generics, biosimilars and value-added medicines.

International Biosimilars

AAM Calls For A Balance Instead Of Banning Pay-For-Delay

US President Joe Biden has signed an executive order asking the FTC to ban so-called “pay-for-delay” reverse-payment settlements. According to the order, this could help curb high prices that are in part the result of lack of competition among drug manufacturers. However, talking exclusively to Generics Bulletin, AAM senior vice president Jeff Francer insists on a balance, explaining that such settlements result in earlier access to biosimilars and generics.

United States Deals

Generics Industry Fails To Match Last Year’s Growth In First Quarter

The generics industry struggled with the prior-year comparison as it saw an expected decline in revenues in the first quarter of 2021, driven by the global impact of the COVID-19 crisis. As a result, the performance of most companies fell short of the numbers reported in Q1 2020. However, a few managed to contradict the trend by reporting growth, either based on the launch of COVID-related drugs or performance in specific geographies. 

Sales & Earnings Trends

Lupin CEO Says Additional incentives Needed To Make US Manufacturing Viable

Lupin CEO Vinita Gupta has insisted that additional incentives are necessary to make local manufacturing in the US viable. The recently-launched podcast by the US Association for Accessible Medicines, with CEO Dan Leonard as the host, welcomed Gupta who shared details of Lupin’s strategy and how the company plans to keep a firm foot in affordable medicines. 

United States Manufacturing

Industry Needs A ‘Level Playing Field’, Billings Tells AAM CEO

Industry veteran Bob Billings has called for a “level playing field” for the off-patent sector but has underlined the necessary coexistence of generic and branded pharma industry, in a new podcast launched by Association for Accessible Medicines chief executive Dan Leonard.

United States Generic Drugs

Medicare Is Overpaying For Generics, Says JAMA Study

A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association has found that while Medicare coverage of generic drugs likely improves patient adherence and reduces other health care utilization, inefficiencies stemming from its “complex and opaque system of intermediaries” mean that it has overpaid on most prescription generics compared to retailer Costco. 

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