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India Approves 16 Applications Under PLI Scheme

As Government Tries To Avoid Shortages During COVID Crisis

Executive Summary

India has approved a $46m project by giving the green light to 16 drug production applications under the Production Linked Incentive scheme. The government has ordered the setting up and commercial production of the 16 projects to commence immediately. 

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