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Tweak API Scheme For ‘Self-Reliant’ India, Says Industry

Dr Reddy’s Considers Investment

Executive Summary

Companies including Dr Reddy’s will consider investing in new API units if the Indian government tweaks its incentive scheme to permit exports of surplus production. Other suggested changes to the $1.3bn stimulus, aimed at enhancing the country's medicines security, include extending incentives to brownfield expansions and removing restrictions on a change in product mix.

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