India’s New GST Tax A Game Changer For Pharma But Challenges Ahead
India’s ambitious new Goods and Services Tax, aimed at turning the country into a single common market, will be a ‘game-changer’ with a mix of impacts for the pharma industry and the rest of the economy, but the rollout involves overcoming considerable logistical challenges.
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