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House panel meets to discuss API, KSM self-sufficiency, reducing dependence on China

The 27-member parliamentary panel held a meeting this week with the industry and sought their suggestions. The government is committed to going into the micro details and putting up recommendations in a considerate manner, officials told ET.
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New Delhi: A parliamentary panel has started examining how to make India self-sufficient in the production of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), key starting material (KSMs) and medical devices and reducing dependence on China and others. The 27-member parliamentary panel held a meeting this week with the industry and sought their suggestions. The government is committed to going into the
ingredients, key starting material and intermediates in India to reduce dependence on China. In addition to 53 APIs primarily identified under the scheme, the department has taken various product-specific initiatives to encourage self-reliance in manufacturing. “Another scheme to boost manufacturing of formulations on which India is hugely dependent on other countries is in the offing,” the person said.
New Delhi: A parliamentary panel has started examining how to make India self-sufficient in the production of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), key starting material (KSMs) and medical devices and reducing dependence on China and others. The 27-member parliamentary panel held a meeting this week with the industry and sought their suggestions. The government is committed to going into the ingredients, key starting material and intermediates in India to reduce dependence on China. In addition to 53 APIs primarily identified under the scheme, the department has taken various product-specific initiatives to encourage self-reliance in manufacturing. “Another scheme to boost manufacturing of formulations on which India is hugely dependent on other countries is in the offing,” the person said.

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