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Pharma: Drug pricing policy finanlized, sent for Cabinet approval

IndiaNivesh | 22 Nov, 2012  | Follow Author | Add to my Favourites 
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GOM finalized Pharma Pricing Policy and sent for Cabinet approval:

The Group of Ministers(GOM) has finalized the drug pricing policy, which is aimed to control the price of 348 essential medicines. According to GOM Chairman, Cabinet now will consider the policy before Supreme Court’s deadline( 27 November 2012) to finalize the matter.

Details of the final policy are not clear yet but it appears that GOM has not considered Cost Based mechanism, as advocated by Supreme Court. This would be sentiment positive for the industry as a whole. Among the domestic pharma companies, Cipla, Cadila, Ranbaxy, Alembic Pharma & Torrent and among the MNCs GSK & Pfizer would be biggest beneficiary.

However final outcome & impact of that on industry will be known only once details of policy are known. Though, industry can take a positive clue that it is not cost based mechanism, which was expected to impact industry more negatively.


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