Indian firms moot South-South freight charter to avoid EU generics seizures
This article was originally published in Scrip
Frontline Indian generic firms continue to avoid the EU for exports headed to Latin America, more than two years since the detention of transiting consignments of Indian-generic drugs by Dutch customs, amid calls for a South-South freight charter to facilitate trade via alternative routes.
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