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CPhI Japan, ICSE Japan, P-MEC Japan, BioPh Japan, and Pharmatec Japan Exhibitions Open Doors to Japan's US$90 Billion Pharmaceutical Market
Date:4/23/2013

rgently seeking to secure new and reliable suppliers of price-competitive and high-quality pharmaceutical ingredients. This trend provides lucrative new business opportunities to international API suppliers around the world and is one of the reasons why international exhibitors at CPhI Japan, particularly from South Korea, China, and India, have continued to increase over the past ten years.

The high yen and intense price competition makes it difficult for Japanese API manufacturers to compete with overseas players, even in their own domestic market. On the other hand, product quality and safety control is the paramount priority for Japanese pharmaceutical manufacturers; thus, suppliers cannot sell their products in the Japanese market purely based on price. Recent instances of overseas suppliers of APIs for generic drugs with failed inspections from the Japanese Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Agency (PMDA)'s GMP inspection has led Japanese generic drug manufacturers having to suspend production of some products due to a lack of ingredients.

As a result, Japanese pharmaceutical manufacturers and traders are very eager to find API suppliers who can provide them with API that are not only competitively priced but are also reliable and of high quality. Stable supply is very important to be successful in Japan.

Seminar sessions at CPhI Japan that explain the inner workings of Japan's Pharmaceutical Affairs Law (PAL) are always oversubscribed. In particular, the session entitled "Explanation and Case Study for Japan Pharmaceutical Affairs Law held in English" has been one of the most popular sessions for overseas participants for the past several years. This year, partly due to the incidents mentioned above, it was fully subscribed shortly after it was announced on the website.

The seminars are given by lecturers from the PMDA an
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