PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH AND MANUFACTURERS OF AMERICA

February 5, 2016

The following overview highlights the critical role adequate and effective intellectual property rights protections and fair and equitable market access play in enabling biopharmaceutical innovators in the United States to research, develop and deliver valuable new medicines for patients who need them around the world. It describes serious and pressing intellectual property and market access barriers abroad and recommends steps the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) and other federal agencies can take to address and resolve these barriers. The attached country profiles provide additional details and examples.

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iNova Pharmaceuticals

iNova Pharmaceuticals develops and markets a range of over-the-counter and prescription medicines to Australasia, Asia-Pacific, South Africa and other international markets. Our focus is to improve human health and well-being by providing valued pharmaceutical products and services to patients and consumers. Our product portfolio includes weight management, pain management, dermatology, cardiology, respiratory health and allergy.

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iNova Pharmaceuticals

iNova Pharmaceuticals develops and markets a range of over-the-counter and prescription medicines to Australasia, Asia-Pacific, South Africa and other international markets. Our focus is to improve human health and well-being by providing valued pharmaceutical products and services to patients and consumers. Our product portfolio includes weight management, pain management, dermatology, cardiology, respiratory health and allergy.

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