PhRMA: U.S. drugmakers harmed by India's trade policies

02/17/2014 | InfoJustice.org

India's trade policies have adversely affected U.S. drugmakers, Rod Hunter of the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America said last week at the U.S. International Trade Commission's hearing on India's trade, investment and industrial policies. India used various policies to undermine patent rights involving 15 drugs. Patents are not a significant barrier to access of drugs in India, where the government could cut tariffs and taxes to reduce prices, Hunter said.

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