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India’s Cut-Price Generics Program Rebounds But Real Impact Still Limited

Executive Summary

India's cut-price generic drugs scheme appears to have gathered some pace, covering over 700 medicines, offering sharp price differentials over brand name therapies and also garnering some private sector interest. But its on-ground impact in improving affordable access to medicines is still limited, some experts claim.

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