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Thomson Reuters Introduces a New Solution to Boost Competitive Advantage in China's Generics and API Market
Date:6/23/2008

rt Horizon Premium combines sales, consumption, launch, patent, patent challenge, exclusivity, chemistry, prescribing and regulatory information for more than 10,000 molecules, 18,000 companies, 68 markets and 92 patent countries worldwide with unique, early API development and manufacturing intelligence. They build on the substantial success of Horizon Global, by adding patented and published routes of synthesis on thousands of molecules, with listed intermediates and reagents, sourced from Prous Science's respected Synthline database. Newport Horizon Premium also has kilogram and IU (International Units) API consumption data from IMS Health added to the data and capabilities already available. This data is now available for thousands of drugs by region and by dose form for both the current and previous year and allow customers to evaluate scale, consumption trends and prices for active ingredients, all of which can be difficult to estimate using sales data alone.

This new solution from Scientific addresses the needs of large and small players in the pharmaceuticals market and features powerful multi-criteria search functionalities. Newport Horizon Premium is aimed at helping generic, OTC and API companies in their constant struggle to build deals faster and accelerate time to market.

The Scientific business of Thomson Reuters provides information and knowledge to accelerate research, discovery and innovation. Our authoritative, accurate and timely information is essential for drug companies to discover new drugs and get them to market faster; researchers to find relevant papers and know what's newly published in their subject; and businesses to optimize their intellectual property and find competitive intelligence. We create the research platforms and services of the future that will power our customers toward business and personal success. Scientific information solutions can be found at h
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