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Olympics In China Causes Bulk-Drug Prices To Rise In India

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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The onset of the Olympics games in China already is having a fallout in India where drug makers are seeing the price of bulk drugs increasing. The Chinese government ordered several chemical firms that make the drugs to cease production temporarily to help reduce air pollution that threatens to plague the sporting events in Beijing. Even though the All India Association of Chemists and Druggists said some prices already have risen in advance of the games, the real impact is yet to be felt. Because of the rise in the price of ranitidine, aminophyline, amoxylitline and ampicillin, some of which have increased by half in the past three months, some Indian drug makers are working hard to find alternate sources. (Click here for more

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