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‘Unsavoury’ Practices: Pharma Will Need To Be More Transparent On CME Expenses In India

Faces Audits Under Revised Rules

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India’s revised code for marketing practices includes US Sunshine Act-like requirements converging with tax laws and puts the spotlight on continuing medical education initiatives, where pharma will need to display funding/expenditure data on their website. The Pink Sheet talks to experts on the implications and also new requirements on brand reminders and drug samples.

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