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China API Alert, Indian Firms Brace For More Pain

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Prices of active pharmaceutical ingredients and intermediates from China have gone up significantly, piling pressure on Indian and Western companies that rely on it for supplies. Some firms are scrambling to draw up a plan B to secure supplies as the Asian giant weeds out polluting units and ups compliance.

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