India plans to limit medical imports with local content rules - Supply Management
The draft proposes hospitals procure a portion of their equipment from local firms © PA Images
The draft proposes hospitals procure a portion of their equipment from local firms © PA Images

India plans to limit medical imports with local content rules

21 March 2018

India is planning to limit the proportion of medical devices it imports from foreign manufacturers in support of prime minister Narendra Modi’s Make in India campaign.

The Department of Pharmaceuticals (DoP) has released a set of draft guidelines, created to give preference to products made in India.

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