NGOs Fault Most Indian Drug Makers For Corporate Social Responsibility Efforts (India)
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Pharmaceutical companies in India are being targeted by non-governmental organizations as firms failing in their corporate social responsibilities. The NGOs say only Dr. Reddy's and Lupin are drug makers that have done work in that area. The groups cited 30 firms as falling short of performing satisfactorily in that area, nine of them failing to contribute at all. (Click here for more
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