India’s Bulk Drugs Incentive Scheme Finds First Takers
FDI Potential Of Bulk Drugs Parks Hazy
As India revealed finer details of two schemes to promote bulk drug production, Mankind Pharma and Aarti Drugs spelled out a preference for chemical synthesis products – they are likely to be joined by more companies reluctant to invest in some that are fermentation-based. Whether a “plug and play” format for bulk drug parks will attract foreign investment remains to be seen..
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