Market Approval Process of Generic Drugs in Singapore

Market Approval Process of Generic Drugs in Singapore

Singapore has become a global center for the pharmaceutical industry due to the cost-effective and reliable medical services, high-quality pharmaceutical manufacturing and research, access to regional markets, and a skilled workforce. Also, the Government has supported several schemes to drive innovation and development. This has created many manufacturers to register their generic products in Singapore.

The growing healthcare demand and the adoption of modern technology are driving Singapore’s pharmaceutical market further. Singapore invests a huge amount in the development of the healthcare system, and Singapore’s healthcare system holds the sixth position worldwide as per WHO. Singapore has well-established pharmaceutical regulations among Asian countries.

To register your generic drug in Singapore, you need to know the following,

  • Which is the regulatory authority in Singapore?
  • How can foreign manufacturers register their generic drugs in Singapore?
  • What are different generic drug applications in Singapore?
  • How about Bioequivalence data?
  • Is the foreign bioequivalence data acceptable in Singapore?
  • What are the requirements to register your generic drug in Singapore?
  • How about the manufacturing site accreditation, or other such requirements?
  • What are the timelines and costs involved in generic drug registration?
  • What is the post-approval process such as importation and license to import?

Get Details on Regulatory, Requirements, and Process for Registering Generic  Drugs in Singapore.

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Note: The details presented in the report are intended to help in creating awareness about the regulatory process and requirements for registering generic drugs in Singapore. While the report can be considered as an informative resource, it is not being presented as legal guidance, a binding document, or any authoritative report. The information in this report was prepared based on relevant information from the public domain as of the date, however, the Singapore regulations and requirements may change with time and it is advisable to refer to current regulations at any given time. It is recommended to confirm the specific details, requirements, and processes applicable to your specific products at a given time before initiating any process of registration.