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India's Medical Reps Say Industry "Grossly Violating" Laws, Threaten Nationwide Strike

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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MUMBAI - More than 200,000 medical representatives drawn from large pharmaceutical companies have called for a nationwide strike on Aug.17-18 to protest Indian and multinational drug companies that are alleged to have used loopholes in the laws and denied fair wages and other benefits to the field staff, from frontline managers down to medical representatives

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