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'Upheavals' In Store As India Set To Mandate Marketing Code

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India's uniform code for pharmaceuticals marketing practices, so far voluntary in nature, appears to be on course to becoming "statutory" and "mandatory", signaling some potential short-term turbulence in the growing domestic market.

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