India Curbs Exports Amid Coronavirus
Restricted Products Include Paracetamol API And Formulations
India has published a list of APIs and formulations for which exports will be restricted, with immediate effect. The move comes against the backdrop of growing concerns over the off-patent industry’s supply chain given the ongoing pressures caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
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India has removed export restrictions on APIs and formulations imposed by the country in March. However, certain measures have been kept in place to ensure that domestic requirements are met for in-demand products such as hydroxychloroquine and paracetamol.