Jan Deadline For API QR Codes In India Arrives; Are Local, Chinese Firms Prepared?
Formulations To Follow In August
Beginning January, packaging on active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) made in or imported into India is to bear a QR code, but the Indian industry is unprepared and feels the move isn’t beneficial. With about 70% of the country’s API imports coming from China, questions remain on its implementation too
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