SunstarTV Bureau: The Indian government has again taken a tough line against China. Earlier, India launched a financial attack on China. As a result, many mobile apps were banned in the country. The Modi government also imposed other financial cuts. Now the Ministry of Commerce has recommended imposing anti-doping charges on cheap raw materials imported from China.
The Director General of Trade Remedies (DGTR) has recommended that the tariff be implemented. The investigation revealed that China Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) was exporting to India at very low prices. As a result, the private sector producing API in the country is being severely affected. The directorate has issued a notice to the effect that the API is recommending the imposition of anti-doping charges on imports.
It also contains API Ceftriaxone Sodium Sterile, which India imports. The use of this API has been used in the preparation of medicines for lower respiratory infections, including for the treatment of skin infections. Nectar Life Sciences and Sterile India complained to the DGTR about this. It has been suggested that doping charges be imposed after the investigation.