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CPhI "China and World" Pharmaceutical Conference 2014 to be Held in June

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SHANGHAI, June 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Due to the industry development and encouragement of formulation development from government, TRANSFORMATION has become the inevitable choice for API manufacturers. At the same time more drug manufacturers are expanding business into formulation area like Hisun, Huahai and Jingxin.

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CPhI "China and World" Pharmaceutical Conference 2014, co-organized by CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FOR IMPORT & EXPORT OF MEDICINES & HEALTH PRODUCTS (CCCMHPIE) and UBM, will be themed as Formulation Export and Overseas Market Strategies, and it will be held during CPhI exhibition 2014. Organizations as UNAIDS, FDA US, Japan PMDA, Korea Pharmaceutical Traders' Association and some other global pharmaceutical enterprises are invited to share their thoughts and experiences of resolving problems as below for enterprises:

  • How to do overseas business development
  • How to cooperate with overseas distributors
  • How to enter medical insurance system
  • How to avoid risk of Pharma IP
  • How to look for opportunities in the emerging market

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