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Bristol-Myers to construct new plant in Massachusetts

May 24, 2007
The Associated Press reports that drug maker Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. has purchased an 89-acre site to build a new plant for manufacturing biological compounds.The company said the new Devens, Mass.
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Novartis plans $100 million research center in Shanghai

December 15, 2006
Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis AG announced its plans for a US$100 million (euro78 million) integrated research and development center in Shanghai that will initially focus on cancers prevalent in China,
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Indian company to buy Colgate''s Kansas City plant

October 30, 2006
VVF Ltd. issued a letter of intent to buy the soon-to-be-closed Colgate Palmolive plant in Kansas City, Kan., and all its equipment for $12 million, according to bizjournals.com. VVF plans
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Teva to close plant in Puerto Rico

October 16, 2006
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., the world''s largest generic drugmaker, said it will close a plant in Puerto Rico as part of an reorganization related to its acquisition of Ivax Corp.
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EPA settlement costs ADM $1.35 million

October 9, 2006
According to the Associated Press, Archer Daniels Midland Co. must pay $1.35 million under a settlement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency resolving allegations that it violated federal clean air
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New Jersey judge dismisses 50 Vioxx suits

October 9, 2006
A New Jersey judge has dismissed about 50 Vioxx-related lawsuits against Merck & Co. filed in state court by British citizens, saying the cases should be heard in Britain, the
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Court filings soar as Vioxx deadline looms

September 26, 2006
Fort Worth plaintiffs'' attorney John David Hart and other Texas lawyers will be making their way to the courthouse in the next few days to file additional Vioxx lawsuits before
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Wyeth found not negligent in hormone drug trial

September 19, 2006
A jury in the first trial against Wyeth''s hormone replacement drug Prempro found that the company was not negligent and did adequately warn patients and doctors of the risk of
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Infrared chemical imaging workshop coming to Florida

September 5, 2006
A team of experts from Malvern Instruments will lead a half-day workshop on ‘Infrared chemical imaging’ at the annual meeting of the Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies (FACSS)
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Drug companies seek lower FDA review fees

September 5, 2006
Drug industry representatives are urging the government to increase the Food and Drug Administration''s budget for reviewing drugs, in an effort to shrink the amount companies pay to have new
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