The substitution process must be limited to name-brand
drugs, and generics must not be substituted with other generics.
Supermarket chains have been cutting into market share with their own brands, including Wal-Mart with its Value line and Disco with its Bell line, which are substantially cheaper than name-brand
TOKYO, April 2 Kyodo Japan barred 1.01 million fake name-brand
articles from being imported into the nation in 1998, down 36.9% from previous year, the Finance Ministry said Friday.
Tolerance levels for different drugs can vary from individual to individual, and dosages often need to be readjusted when generics are substituted for name-brand
But if you're visiting Hong Kong, buying at factory outlets can give you ready-made name-brand
(or imitation name-brand
) clothing, often for less than half what you'd pay in this country.
In addition to holiday specials, PriceJelly.com continually features limited time sales on name-brand
sports and fitness equipment, wearable devices, survival and outdoor gear, optics and binoculars, and camping, fishing and hunting equipment.
Some reports have suggested that the drop in drug prices is related to the introduction of the new form, but they note that the cost of some name-brand
drugs has decreased by less than the cost of generics, which they claim implies the possibility of price manipulation by pharmaceutical companies or importers.
retailers could do some very specific things to help store brands compete with their more recognized name-brand
If Warhol (correctly) saw the ordinary, mass-produced good as the emblem of the '60s, Murakami now points happily to the luxury name-brand
During the 1999-2000 school year, I spent eight months as an observer in the admissions office at Wesleyan, one of only 50 or so colleges that reject many more applicants than they accept, Still, because so many applicants set their sights on those few name-brand
institutions, they bear closer examination.
"We can put out a better product for less money when you don't have all of the advertising expense overhead that is associated with a name-brand
product," said Jim Hendrick, bedding buyer for Rhodes.
Business leaders and clothing manufacturers are urging Guatemalan President Alfonso Portillo to veto a new law meant to prevent sales of fake name-brand
merchandise and push for a stricter measure, reports Reuters (July 28, 2000):