CHINA INDIA DRUG REGULATION
What ails India's pharmaceutical sector?
Unlike mature markets such as the US, where drug prices are market-controlled, here, the government and regulators play a pivotal role in the entire process. Regulators fix both the price companies pay for bulk drugs and the price at which they sell their products in the market, leaving little leeway to earn profit. For Indian pharma, this is a double-edged sword.
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India’s Article 370 decision an internal affair: Maldives foreign minister
“We believe that it was purely an internal matter...which was conducted within the purview of the Indian Constitution. No outside power should have any role in this process,” said Maldives foreign minister Abdullah Shahid. Maldives was the first country to support India’s decision on Article 370.
Wockhardt rallies after revival plan gets a boost from drug nod
Investors cheered the news, sending Wockhardt’s shares up by 5.7 per cent on the BSE on Thursday.
How India's car market is undergoing a rapid change
Car companies have long tried to load vehicles with tech. But the level of tech and tech-enabled services in popular models now hitting the roads in India is such that the ecosystem is witnessing a realignment.
Experts to decide on inclusion and exclusion of antibiotics from NLEM today
Government-appointed experts have been tasked with preparing the new NLEM to decide on which group of antibiotics should be included and excluded from the list, in a bid to curb indiscriminate use of antibiotics. The revision of NLEM ensures that antibiotics are available when needed and right antibiotics are prescribed for the right infections.
View: How secure will India be in 2020?
While 2019 saw a lot of activities with regard to national security, Balakot strike, abrogation of Art 370, administrative reorganisation of erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir into two Union territories (UTs) and appointment of Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), extrapolating the trends can help in anticipating some strategic and security challenges.
Government may impose anti-dumping duty on a medicine from China
DGTR in a notification said that on the basis of the prima facie evidence submitted by the domestic industry about dumping of the product originating in or exported from China, "the authority, hereby, initiates an investigation".
View: India can become a rule-maker in the global oil trade instead of the rule-taker it is today
India needs to push for a bigger role for its exchanges and currency in the oil trade.
Noise around CAA distraction for India: Harman CEO
Harman CEO Dinesh Paliwal says govt’s CAA, Article 370 decisions ‘misinterpreted’, calls for more business-friendly policy.
Why being a part of the global value chain matters for India
Global value chains create more and better jobs, accelerate economic growth and reduce poverty.
LNG pumps being planned along golden quadrilateral
State-run GAIL is putting together a plan and persuading all possible participants – city gas distributors, gas suppliers, financiers, fleet owners and truck manufacturers – to get them on board and help build an effective ecosystem for LNG-fuelled vehicles in the country, according to people familiar with the development
Maldives on same page with India on Indian Ocean stability: FM Abdullah
When asked about achievements of the Solih government over the past 14 months the Minister explained that the Maldives has reclaimed democracy, peace and happiness over the past year.
Jaguar Land Rover's sales dip in 2019, but show signs of recovery
Retail sales stood at 557,706 vehicles in 2019, hit by a 13.5% slump in China, but in the last six months the firm reported double-digit growth in the country, with overall company sales up 1.3% in December. "2019 was a year of two halves," said Chief Commercial Officer Felix Brautigam.
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