Articles by Reflector - Pharmaceutical Executive


Articles by Reflector

Seeing Through the Transparency Directive

May 1, 2011

The EU is largely powerless when it comes to policies over pricing and reimbursement

Dalli's Formula Fails the Efficacy Test

Apr 1, 2011

EU leadership on pharma policy leaves many wondering of the right man is at the helm

Euro Soul-Searching on Competition

Oct 1, 2010

A report by the European Commission aimed at exploring patent exploitation by Big Pharma winds up generating more angst than answers

Lobbyists Use Limp Sandwiches to Shape the Pharmaceutical Package

Nov 2, 2009

Reflector reports on how the European pharma commitees and national associations are trying to shape the upcoming pharmaceutical package through informal

Sweden takes the reins

Aug 25, 2009

The presence of a high-flying Obama administration insider at the upcoming Swedish life sciences summit is just one indication of the seriousness with which the country taking its EU presidency.

Belgium's statin stalemate

Aug 11, 2009

Reflector reports on how Belgium's best intentions have backfired on its generics manufacturers.

The EC antitrust report results are in. Time to pop open the champagne?

Jul 28, 2009

The climax of the antitrust investigation instigated with all guns blazing by EC commissioner Neelie Kroes last year has been a whimper, not a bang. Reflector reports.

Big Pharma isn't dead, but long live small pharma!

Jul 14, 2009

As the major companies grapple with various crises from patent expirations to regulatory clampdowns, Reflector looks at how small pharma is coming into its own.

Big Pharma: muscling further into Brussels?

Apr 28, 2009

News of the potential Solvay sale has sent the company's stock soaring, but is it good news for Belgium? Reflector reports.


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