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US Executive Order On Manufacturing: Can India Pharma Breathe Easy?

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White House directive aimed at reducing dependence on foreign manufacturers for essential medicines and a seemingly more aggressive stance towards site inspections could signal a worrying emerging trend for India pharma. But it also needs to be viewed through the prism of the upcoming US elections and trade tensions with China amid the pandemic.

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