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8 November 2005

Companies linked with Burma

Author: Intl. Confederation of Free Trade Unions

Updated on Tuesday, November 08, 2005. This list is not exhaustive. We are ready to correct any factual errors which it may contain. As we receive information on further companies which are active in Burma we will approach them in the same way and,...

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6 December 2005

Pharma factories poison village water [India]

Author: Khushwant Singh, Times of India

Four major pharma factories Ranbaxy Laboratories, Montari Industries (now closed), Max India and DSM India and a paper mill in the area have poisoned ground water with their toxic wastes to such an extent that the department of water supply and...

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16 December 2005

Ranbaxy company website: "Environment, Health and Safety"

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28 December 2005

Response of Ranbaxy to concerns regarding impact on groundwater of facility in Toansa, Punjab, India

Author: Ranbaxy

...[The] Punjab Pollution Control Board is still in the process of conducting its study and it is therefore, premature to arrive at any conclusion...Ranbaxy’s manufacturing facility had an Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP) in place since its inception in...

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2 January 2006

Ranbaxy’s Toansa Plant Receives National Awards For Excellence In Water Management [India]

Author: Ranbaxy

Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited (RLL) announced today that the Company’s manufacturing plant at Toansa (Punjab, India) received the following 2 prestigious national awards for excellence in water management: National Award for Excellence in Water...

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3 January 2006

[PDF] [Photographs of Ranbaxy Toansa plant - water treatment facilities]

Author: Ranbaxy

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4 January 2006

[DOC] Response of Max India to concerns regarding alleged groundwater pollution by one of its facilities

Author: Max India

In the news report, Max India’s name is mentioned in Para-1 along with other Pharmaceutical Companies. However the 3rd Para clearly mentions that Govt. of India’s letters sent to Sarpanch of Toansa Village mentioned only 3 companies viz Ranbaxy,...

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12 January 2006

New Agreements to Lower Prices of HIV/AIDS Rapid Tests and Second-line Drugs - Agreements with Nine Companies Will Lower Prices of HIV Diagnosis and Two HIV/AIDS Medicines by 30-50 Percent for 50 Countries

Author: Clinton Foundation

President Bill Clinton announced today that his foundation’s HIV/AIDS Initiative has negotiated new pricing agreements to lower the prices of HIV diagnosis and two antiretrovirals (ARVs). Four companies—Chembio (U.S.), Orgenics (Israel; a subsidiary...

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14 March 2006

Glaxo, Gilead, Merck part of team to fight HIV

Author: Triangle Business Journal [No. Carolina, USA]

GlaxoSmithKline, Gilead Sciences Inc., and Merck & Co. have joined an international partnership to increase the number of HIV drugs available to children in Third World countries. First Lady Laura Bush on Monday announced a collaborative effort...

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1 April 2006

Public health, innovation and intellectual property rights

Author: Commission on Intellectual Property Rights, Innovation & Public Health, World Health Organization (WHO)

Developing countries are...largely dependent on the products of innovation designed principally to meet the health-care needs of developed countries. In some cases these products meet their needs...but in others, no treatments are available for...

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