EU And India Bury Hatchet Over Drug Seizures But Companies Fear ACTA May Bring More Pains
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
MUMBAI - Leading pharmaceutical lobby groups - the Indian Drug Manufacturers Association and the Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance - cautiously welcomed the resolution of a trade dispute with the European Union that for more than two years saw random seizure of several generic drug consignments from Indian companies at select European ports
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