Pharma body seeks export sops

January 2009
Chemical Business;Jan2009, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p67
Trade Publication
The article reports that Pharmexcil, the pharmaceutical export monitoring arm of the Indian government, is seeking a special export package for India's pharmaceutical industry. The industry is affected by the global economic slowdown and the subsequent credit squeeze. Pharmexcil is proposing more credit to exporters under the duty entitlement pass book scheme. Drug companies want a cut in the interest rate on rupee loans and liberal lending norms.


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