India Acts To Limit Supply Disruption From Coronavirus
Certs Needed For Export Of 12 APIs
Indian pharmaceutical companies will soon be asked to seek a no objection certificate for the export of 12 APIs and their formulations, as the country deals with Chinese raw material supply disruptions on the back of the coronavirus crisis. However, the move is not expected to impact the export quantum for now.
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