Is India Falling Behind Its Neighbors In Attracting Clinical Research?
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
During the USA-India Chamber of Commerce biopharma summit, participants discussed the pros and cons of doing research in India, and pointed to key policy issues that must be resolved to spur more clinical trials.
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