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India’s Draft Plan To End API Reliance On China ‘Needs Work’

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India has come up with a draft policy proposal to end the dependence of the country’s generic drug industry on Chinese bulk drug imports but it’s sketchy on measures, at least so far, to promote domestic production and “needs work.”

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