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India Invites Consumers To File Complaints Of Drug-Price Violations

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

An Indian ministry has taken steps to ease the process for consumers to file complaints against drug makers for violating price caps. The new initiative of the Chemicals and Fertilisers Ministry would allow consumers to file complaints with the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority on its Web site, with the NPPA to respond within 30 days. Consumers who file legitimate complaints would be rewarded with about $25 per complaint. The Web site also was expected to enhance consumer awareness about the price of drugs. (Click here for more



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