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New Window: India Extends Price Cap Exemption To Foreign Innovation

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Innovative medicines developed abroad and patented and launched in India could be entitled to unfettered pricing for a five-year period under new norms announced in the country. Orphan drugs could also qualify for such exemption, much to the concern of healthcare activists.

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