Bayer has failed to block an Indian generic rival from exporting an erectile dysfunction drug in a case that one observer says breaks new ground in considering how to weigh public interest issues relating to the grant or not of patent-based injunctions. The ruling comes ahead of an annual pitched battle over the country’s pharmaceutical patent laws, as well as IAM’s first conference in the country at the end of this month.

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