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(Pharmacology) a manufacturer of drugs


(ˈdrʌgˌmeɪ kər)

a person or company that manufactures pharmaceutical products.
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US-based drugmaker Validus Pharmaceuticals LLC, together with private equity firm Wood Creek Capital Management, LLC, have acquired the US rights to several product lines from French drugmaker Sanofi's US unit, the company said.
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"When necessary," he said, "we have removed employees who have engaged in misconduct." And he maintained the drugmaker 'enhanced' its ability to 'claw back' remuneration from senior managers who commit transgressions.
US authorities will probe British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline's business practices in China in a bid to determine whether the company breached US anti-bribery laws.
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, India's largest drugmaker by value, rallied 4.2 per cent, headed for a record close.
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