India Drug Export Unit Urges Attention On Four More Nations
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Executive SummaryIndia's Pharmaceuticals Export Promotion Council has targeted four new countries as worthy of emphasis in marketing domestic pharmaceuticals. The agency named Brazil, Nigeria, Russia and the Ukraine as markets offering a large potential for Indian pharmas. As the group recommended the marketing expansion, it also urged the government to provide drug exporters some relief to compensate for an increased valuation of the rupee. The council said some pharmaceutical exporters are losing orders because of the monetary exchange rate. (Click here for more
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