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India Lifts Price Ceiling On 174 Drugs, Including Antibiotics, Painkillers

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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India's drug-pricing authority has agreed to raise the allowed prices of 174 drugs, including antibiotics, painkillers and drugs for treating asthma, malaria and pneumonia. The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority said it had approved the applications of the makers of those and other medicines. The allowed increases range from 1 percent to as much as 33 percent in some cases. The agency said it also fixed the prices of 132 other medicines. (Click here for more
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