Novartis To Request Approval To Sell OTC Drugs In Rural India Post Offices (India)
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Novartis, the Swiss-based pharmaceutical company, plans to propose being allowed to sell its over-the-counter drugs in post offices in rural areas throughout India. The vice chairman of Novartis India said he expected a presentation to be made to the prime minister's office soon. The executive, Ranjit Shahani, said the company already has received favorable reactions from several government officials. The firm's plans include carrying out pilot projects before expanding the sales network nationwide. (Click here for more
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