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Indian Govt. Plans Booster Dose For Indian Biotech Industry Through Cost-sharing Scheme

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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MUMBAI - In a move that could give a major boost to small Indian biotechnology companies, the Indian government's department of biotechnology has announced the Biotechnology Industry Partnership Program

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