The Delhi High Court In India Has Issued An Injunction, Restraining Sinopharm Weiqida From Exporting Its "Amoxycillin Trihydrate" Product To India, As It Infringes The Patent Of Centrient Pharmaceuticals
Orlando, Fl., Feb 15 (Bernama) -- SNOMED International and Health Level Seven International (HL7) announce today the formalization of a license agreement in which a relevant ‘Free for Use’ Set of SNOMED CT coded concepts will be used within the HL7 International Patient Summary (IPS).
Health Level Seven International (HL7) is a not-for-profit, ANSI-accredited standards developing organization dedicated to providing a comprehensive framework and related standards for the exchange, integration, sharing and retrieval of electronic health information that supports clinical practice and the management, delivery and evaluation of health services.
PETALING JAYA, Feb 15 (Bernama) -- Malindo Air has introduced new fare benefits to its economy class passengers by adjusting the checked baggage allowance of its Value and Flexi fare options, with effect from 15 February 2019.
The baggage allowance for Value fare option is now 15kg, and 30kg for Flexi fare option, from 25kg previously for both fare options. The baggage allowance for Business Class and its ATR flights remain as 40kg and 15kg respectively.
Sunrise, FL, Feb 15 (Bernama) -- Jazwares LLC, a global leader in toys and licensing, announced today that its affiliate Zag Toys, LLC (“Zag Toys”) formed a strategic partnership for their wholly owned brand Russ Berrie™, with Kellytoy, an influential manufacturer and distributor of plush toys and pet products. This relationship will carry on the 50+ year legacy of the Russ Berrie™ brand, positioning it globally as the premier plush brand on retail shelves in Fall 2019.
Kellytoy will market the Russ Berrie™ brand through its global distribution channels, which include almost every market segment.
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 14 (Bernama) -- India continues to be one of Malaysia’s important sources of FDI, particularly in the manufacturing sector, and remains to be among the top 20 investors in the country. As at September 2018, a total of 135 manufacturing projects with participation from India have been implemented. These investments, valued at RM5.5 billion have created more than 15,000 jobs for the country. Majority of these investments were in the textiles and textile products, chemical and chemical products, paper and printing, non-metallic mineral products, electronics and electrical products and basic metal products.
Notable Indian companies that have made Malaysia their manufacturing base include Reliance Group in textiles and textile products, RP Chemical in chemical and chemical products, Ranbaxy in pharmaceutical products and Tamco Switchgear in the electrical and electronics products industry. Indian firms have also ventured actively into the country’s services sectors. These include ICICI Bank Limited in the finance sector; Wipro, Infosys and Tata Consultancy in IT services; Sky Blue Media in the media advertising sector; and Manipal International in the education and healthcare sector.
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JOHOR BAHRU, Feb 14 (Bernama) --Tesco Malaysia’s annual fundraising event Walk for Kids is back again and this time to support nine underserved schools in Johor, as part of the Tesco – PINTAR Foundation School adoption programme.
The charity walkathon will be held at Tesco Mutiara Rini on 13th April 2019 where families, children, students, teachers and local community walking a 3km and 5km scenic route within the hypermarket compound and the park vicinity of Hutan Bandar Mutiara Rini.
SINGAPORE, Feb 14 (Bernama) -- Goodpack Limited, a worldwide leader in the provision of supply chain solutions, today announced the official opening of its Global Technology Laboratories at its newly relocated world headquarters in Singapore’s East Changi District Hub. The Global Labs enable Goodpack to support its customers with a wider array of supply chain solutions and products that are grounded in research and engineering, while the company’s relocation strategically positions Goodpack within minutes of its key partner base as well as Changi Airport.
The establishment of Goodpack’s state-of-the-art technology facility better enables the company to deliver innovative solutions that are integrated with its patented container design. In addition to acting as a center of excellence, the Global Labs serve as a hub for Goodpack’s customer-focused engineers and its partners to explore creative business solutions and opportunities for collaboration.
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 14 (Bernama) -- Malaysia found herself in the second cluster based on the performance of 15 Asian economies in the Doing Good Index (DGI). Instead of outright rankings, DGI measured the performance in terms of four clusters - Doing Well , Doing Better , Doing Okay , and Not Doing Enough . Each cluster represents the distance left to travel toward a conducive environment for doing good.
Joining Malaysia in the Doing Better cluster were Hong Kong, Korea, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam, all trailing behind Japan, Singapore and Taiwan who led the pack in the Doing Well cluster. In the third cluster, Doing Okay, were China, India and Pakistan while Indonesia and Myanmar were placed in the Not Doing Enough cluster. Overall, no economy has yet reached its full potential, even those in the Doing Well cluster. There is ample room for improvement across the board.