Biocon Chief Sees Bright Future For Indian Pharma In Trump Era
Biocon’s chair and managing director, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, tells Scrip she sees a strong partnering role for Indian firms in the Trump regime, but adds that “carte blanche” pricing that innovator companies enjoyed could come under check.
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