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More Indian drugs detained in EU as FTA talks progress ahead of summit

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Even as the EU and India continue negotiations on a free trade agreement ahead of their next summit in February, another in transit consignment of Indian generics was seized in the EU late last year, much to the consternation of both the Indian industry and the Indian government1,2. The seizure appears to have disrupted a long quiet period of sorts on the controversial issue of controversial detentions of transiting Indian consignments of generic medicines at EU ports over alleged violations of intellectual property rights.

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