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India's improved pharmaceutical patent laws are believed to have boosted clinical trial shipments to Singapore. At Drug Discovery Clinical Trials, a life science industry event held recently in Mumbai, TNT, a provider of life science logistics services, revealed that the shipments tripled in past eight months, ever since India undertook reforms in the beginning of 2005 to meet the WTO deadline.

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