India bans exports of wonderful drugs used to treat patients with Covid-19

In a significant move, India has banned the export of hydroxychloroquine, an anti-malaria medicine believed to work as a medicine to treat Coronavirus infected patients too. According to a nightly notification from Ministry of Commerce and Industry, the export of medicines and the ingredients of…

Government prohibits the export of hydroxychloroquine, an antimalarial drug

  Between coronavirus outbreakThe government banned the export of hydroxychloroquine, an antimalarial drug, on Wednesday with immediate effect to ensure sufficient availability of the drug in the domestic market. The director general of the Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR), Balram Bhargava, recommended on Monday…

India bans export of hydroxychloroquine

New Delhi, India, March 25 (ANI): The Center has banned the export of hydroxychloroquine with immediate effect following the new outbreak of coronavirus. The government made amendments to Annex 2 of ITCH’s Export Policy related to the export of hydroxychloroquine and its formulations. However, exports…

India’s sugar exports were one fifth less than the previous estimate

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India is likely to export 4.5 million tonnes of sugar in 2019/20, almost a fifth of a previous estimate, as a drop in global prices due to the coronavirus outbreak causes sales abroad are not profitable for the mills, a senior…

Why are Indian tea exporters still bullish on the Iran market despite disruptions?

India’s tea exports to Iran have been gaining momentum since 2013. They broke all records in 2019 (January-December) to reach 53.45 million kg (mkg), with Iran replacing Russia as the largest buyer of indian tea. Can India repeat this success in 2020? It can, say…