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UBM Announces Content for 10th Annual Japanese Pharma & Bio Events
Date:3/8/2011

urers in this industry are currently keen to establish stable sources for APIs, and companies that can provide such sources with the right quality and appropriate price points will be at the events to promote their products and services.  The rich networking platform and 'matchmaking' opportunities that our Japanese shows provide are reflected in the positive growth in their popularity.  It's a win-win situation for all parties."

In celebration of CPhI Japan's ten year anniversary, an extensive seminar program featuring more than 120 sessions to be held over the three-day period.  Attendees from each show will have the option to attend one of the many sessions where speakers will cover the most current and relevant topics in the industry. Topics include: significant developments for the pharmaceutical industry in Japan in 2010; pricing system reform for innovative drugs; improvements in drug approvals; and, the importance of the pharmaceutical industry as a driver of economic growth. Special seminars organized by the Japan Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association (JPMA) will present issues such as quality assurance in the supply chain and the developments of biologics.  More details of the seminars content can be found at www.cphijapan.com.  

After a successful introduction in 2010, a special workshop, "A Practical Guideline to the Revised Pharmaceutical Affairs Law," will once again be hosted for International guests. Participants of the workshop will have the chance to ask questions about the pharmaceuticals affairs laws directly to the officials taking part in the workshop.  Questions will be invited on, amongst other subjects, the maintenance of Master File Systems for drug substances, the accreditation processing of foreign manufacturers, the application for GMP Compliance, inspection procedures for foreign manufacturers.

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