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January 4th, 2008
Bilcare buys Singapore's Singular ID for S$20m
Bilcare has acquired Singapore-based Singular ID for 20 million Singapore dollars, reports CNBC-TV18. The latter provides pharma counterfeit solutions.
Bilcare has been looking at advancing its technology, in terms of solutions for counterfeit drugs. Now, it has gone ahead and acquired a Singapore-based company called Singular ID. They had been looking at this particular company for sometime.
Singular ID is a very high technology company, which uses nanotechnology, in terms of developing solutions to minimize the use of counterfeit drugs, which is seen as a big menace for most of the pharmaceutical companies.
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