DPCO

AcronymDefinition
DPCODrug Price Control Order (pharmaceuticals; India)
DPCODebt Policy Coordination Office (Ministry of Finance; Pakistan)
DPCODouble Pole Change-Over (electronics)
DPCOData Practices Compliance Official (Minnesota)
DPCODanses pour un Cheval Oriental (French: Oriental Dances for a Horse)
DPCODouble Plate Compound Osteosynthesis
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It added that the DPCO called records from the relevant police stations, heard both complainants and police officials, and directed the latter to register FIRs.
Many see the DPCO 2019 as a clear departure from the country's stated policy of ensuring availability of good quality medicines at reasonable prices to all.
As Delegacias de Comarca (DPCOs) sao instaladas de acordo com as sedes de comarcas judiciais, conforme definicao do Codigo de Divisao e Organizacao Judiciarias do Estado de Santa Catarina.
To bring them under price control, we need to tweak the DPCO. In next 15 days, we are going to make the amendment to empower the NPPA," Kumar said.
He directed the DPCO to carry out further in-depth analysis on different aspects of debt portfolio in order to have a proactive debt management strategy that should cater to the various risks faced by the government with regard to refinancing and lengthening of the debt portfolio to arrive at optimal cost risk trade off.
GSK is reducing the price of `Crocin Advance' to conform to the price notified under Drug Price Control Order (DPCO) 2013 with immediate effect.
Increasing competitiveness, patent issues and coping with the Drug Price Control Order (DPCO), which prescribes a cap on prices of several essential medicines, are some challenges for the industry.
In a scathing attack to the UPA regime, NPPA, Health Ministry, Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers, Satya highlighted the series of issues neglected by the authorities & blamed the central government for not listening to the long-standing demands of the sensitive healthcare industry in DPCO logjam, FDI in Pharmaceuticals & the widening gap of the government & the vast majority of Indian masses who are deprived of the basic healthcare needs.
Drug prices are controlled by the NPPA under earlier Drug Price Control Order 1995 and now DPCO 2013 which is empowered through the Section 3 of the Essential Commodities Act 1955.
In other issues, the government is expected to bring out the new Drug Price Control Order (DPCO) by March, which will determine the retail price of hundreds of essential medicines.
However, the rating takes into account the company's relatively small size of operations and that a major part of the turnover is under DPCO, which could adversely affect operating profits and sales growth in the future.