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Lupin would be making the highest R&D spend in the pharma industry soon. Lupin has been spending 7.5-8.75 per cent of its turnover on R&D over the last five years and is inching towards 10 per cent soon, while the average R&D spend in the pharma industry has been 5 per cent to 7 per cent.

July 14, 2015: Lupin has transformed itself into a global company with 11 manufacturing sites...


The government is preparing a Rs 500 cr financial package to help Small and Medium (SME) pharmaceutical companies to upgrade their manufacturing facilities and comply with global standards.

New Delhi, July 01, 2015: "We may roll out the financial package by December this year",according to an official from Department of Pharmaceuticals (DoP). The Ministry of Commerce is mulling t...


The Pharma Task Force, headed by Pharmaceuticals Secretary, Mr V K Subburaj has recommended a review of the Drug (Prices Control) Order, 2013 as well as rationalisation of the inverted duty structure on Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs) to be at par with pharma goods, whereby the excise duty is brought down from the current 10 per cent.

June 23, 2015: The report of the Task...


Projects and Development India Ltd (PDIL), a public sector mini ratna under the Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilisers has been assigned as the project management consultant to prepare a proposal by 2016 to form Special Purpose Vehicles (SPV) for cluster development programme of the pharma sector.

June 17, 2015: "We already have 14-15 such clusters in the country. But we need some ...


Thanks to a new public private partnership model, generic medicines under the Jan Aushadhi scheme will be sold in private hospitals soon.

June 12, 2015: "It has now been decided to extend the scheme through public private partnership and partnering with individual entrepreneurs so that people take full advantage of the scheme", stated a notification by the Department of Pharmaceu...


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