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EY India data integrity survey flags gaps, missing processes

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Executive Summary

An EY (formerly Ernst & Young) survey around data integrity compliance issues within the Indian pharmaceutical sector has thrown up some potentially worrisome findings, including an absence of quality processes and procedures at some firms amid work pressure and manpower shortages.

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