Will India’s $3bn Incentive Schemes Yield A $41bn Dividend?
Industry Commits $700m Under First PLI Scheme
An new $2.1bn incentive scheme for formulations follows on from an earlier scheme for APIs in India. Experts weigh in on the likelihood of industry participation and whether this $3bn push will result in $41bn of incremental sales for the industry while strengthening supply chains in a post-COVID world.
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