Last month India’s Central Government published a proposal for comment that, if enacted, would cause all drugs entering the Indian domestic supply to contain unique serial numbers encoded within 2D barcodes, and including aggregation and data reporting–all 180 days after publication of the final rule.
If you download the PDF, don’t be disappointed when you find that the first couple of pages are in Hindi. The full text is also included in English, starting on page 3.
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