India-EU Talks Point To Amicable Resolution To Generics Seizures
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
India's trade minister predicted the nation's dispute with the European Union over seizures of transshipments of generic drugs bound to third countries would be resolved amicably. India and Brazil have threatened to take their case to the World Trade Organization's court to resolve the dispute. But India and the EU also are experiencing an increasing amount of trade, and Minister Anand Sharma said talks already have produced "tangible steps" on the part of the EU negotiators. (Click here for more
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