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India's public sector pharma: flogging a dead horse?

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Stop wasting public funds; privatize or perish; and the government has no business being in business, especially if the business is badly run. These appear to be common refrains of some experts on India's struggling public sector pharmaceutical firms – the bulk of which are sick.

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