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China's coronavirus-induced supply chain woes fan concerns of possible drug shortages

Reuters India Wednesday, 11 March 2020
Chinese manufacturers and sellers of drug ingredients say logistical hurdles and labour shortages due to the coronavirus epidemic are delaying some production and shipments, adding to concerns about the potential for drug shortages globally as the virus spreads.
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