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U.S. drugmaker J&J's India sales dip 3 percent in 2017/18: filing

NEW DELHI Johnson & Johnson's sales in India dipped 3 percent in the year to March 2018, a regulatory filing showed on Thursday, as the U.S. drugmaker grappled with the country's stringent medical device pricing policies.

U.S. drugmaker J&J's India sales dip 3 percent in 2017/18-filing

NEW DELHI, Jan 3 Johnson & Johnson's sales in India dipped 3 percent in the year to March 2018, a regulatory filing showed on Thursday, as the U.S. drugmaker grappled with the country's stringent medical device pricing policies.

Exclusive - Bangladesh says to collect, test samples of Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder

DHAKA Bangladesh will collect and test samples of Johnson & Johnson's Baby Powder for asbestos in a couple of days, its main testing authority said on Friday, after a Reuters report last Friday that the firm knew for decades that cancer-causing asbestos could be found in the product.

Exclusive: Bangladesh says to collect, test samples of Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder

DHAKA Bangladesh will collect and test samples of Johnson & Johnson's Baby Powder for asbestos in a couple of days, its main testing authority said on Friday, after a Reuters report last Friday that the firm knew for decades that cancer-causing asbestos could be found in the product.

Indian regulator orders J&J to stop using raw material to make Baby Powder in India

NEW DELHI India's drugs regulator has ordered Johnson & Johnson to stop manufacturing its Baby Powder using raw materials in two of its Indian factories until test results prove they are free of asbestos, a senior official said on Thursday.

Indian regulator orders J&J to stop using raw material to make Baby Powder in India

NEW DELHI India's drugs regulator has ordered Johnson & Johnson to stop manufacturing its Baby Powder using raw materials in two of its Indian factories until test results prove they are free of asbestos, a senior official said on Thursday.

UPDATE 3-Indian regulator orders J&J to stop using raw material to make Baby Powder in India

* Source says material can't be used unless asbestos is ruled out

Two lawmakers question EPA on asbestos after Reuters report

WASHINGTON Two Democratic U.S. lawmakers have called on the Environmental Protection Agency to answer questions about asbestos exposure after Reuters reported that documents showed Johnson & Johnson knew for decades of the mineral’s presence in its popular baby powder.

Two lawmakers question EPA on asbestos after Reuters report

WASHINGTON Two Democratic U.S. lawmakers have called on the Environmental Protection Agency to answer questions about asbestos exposure after Reuters reported that documents showed Johnson & Johnson knew for decades of the mineral’s presence in its popular baby powder.

Two lawmakers question EPA on asbestos after Reuters report

WASHINGTON, Dec 20 Two Democratic U.S. lawmakers have called on the Environmental Protection Agency to answer questions about asbestos exposure after Reuters reported that documents showed Johnson & Johnson knew for decades of the mineral’s presence in its popular baby powder.

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