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if we make a product of an scientific organisation through experiment in the laboratory how can our product contribute to that organisation?
for example I chose GSK as my selected organisation and in their list of pharmaceutical products i decided to make aspirin in the laboratory so how can my made aspirin contribute to the GSK?
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« Reply #1 on: 03/06/2009 15:08:18 »
If you, as an independent manufacturer, make a generic drug, it will only be of benefit to you, unless you are making it, as a sub-contractor, on behalf of another company.
 

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« Reply #2 on: 03/06/2009 16:27:28 »
No Don_1 actually my assignment is asking the question
let me tell you from the beginning yeah "we are supposed to chose an pharmaceutical scientific organisation and then in the list of their products we need to chose one to make it in the laboratory OK.e.g.paracetamol, soap, tooth paste, mouth wash etc. i chose to make aspirin from the GSK organisation and now the assignment is asking me that how can my made aspirin contribute to the organisation. :-\
 

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