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Centre does a U-turn, says no plans to make pharmaceutical marketing code mandatory

On September 18, when chemicals minister DV Sadananda Gowda was asked
if the government had decided to make the Uniform Code for
Pharmaceutical Marketing Practices (UCPMP) mandatory, he said no. This
is a u-turn from the government reply in the Lok Sabha on May 15, 2016
when it said: "...code was reviewed and it was now decided to make it
statutory. Once the code is made statutory it is expected that the
unethical practices could be controlled more effectively."



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