Sixth Seizure Of Indian Drugs Sparks UN Protest To Dutch
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
After the latest in a list of India-made generics drugs was seized in-transit by Dutch authorities, a United Nations group has joined the protest against the actions. The World Health Organization agency that buys drugs, UNITAID, complained after a load of HIV/AIDS drugs made by Aurobindo Pharma and headed for Nigeria was seized by the Netherlands. The shipment, bought by the Clinton Foundation on behalf of UNITAID, was the sixth reported incident of Indian generics being blocked in Europe while in transit to other markets. (Click here for more
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