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Small Indian Drug Makers Fear Institution Trend To Favor Big Pharma

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Indian Railways applies "restrictive purchase policies" on pharmaceuticals, according to some of the smaller drug makers. The group said the company's decision, expected to become effective in mid-September, to cover drugs dispensed in hospitals that buy only from the larger manufacturers discriminates against the smaller firms. That segment of the industry fears a trend in India by companies to follow the example of the Steel Authority of India, another government-supported institution, and adopt similar practices. (Click here for more
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