India Plans To End Dependence On China Bulk Imports By 2020
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
India says it is aiming to end its dependence on Chinese bulk drug imports by 2020 as it announces plans to set up a string of pharmaceutical industrial parks to boost manufacturing capacity.
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