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Initial $4.8bn Outlay To Back India's COVID-19 Vaccination Run

Part Of $30bn Allocation For Health Amid Pandemic

Executive Summary

Significant allocations for public health programs and vaccination are prominent features of India's budget for fiscal 2021-22, though execution of these plans will be critical. Pharma is also keenly tracking a proposed allocation to bolster the overall research ecosystem and opening up of the insurance sector to foreign ownership.

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