COVID-19 Lesson: India Earmarks $1.3bn To Reduce Dependence On China
Lopinavir, Ritonavir On List Of 53 Incentivized APIs
In a bid to ensure long-term medicines security, the Indian government has earmarked $1.32bn to promote domestic production of 53 APIs, including lopinavir and ritonavir currently being evaluated to treat COVID-19 cases, as well as antibiotics, for which India is highly dependent on China.
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