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India Promotes Domestic Manufacturing Of APIs To Become ‘Self-Reliant’

IPA’s ‘Vision 2030’ Identifies Opportunities For Indian Pharma Sector

Executive Summary

To ensure delivery of affordable healthcare to citizens, the Indian government’s department of pharmaceuticals has issued a notification highlighting the Production Linked Incentive Scheme that intends to boost domestic manufacturing of identified KSMs, intermediates and APIs by attracting large investments in the sector.

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