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Could 7.5% R&D Spends Make India PHARMA INNOVATION HUB?
Areport by India Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF) stated that India’s domestic pharmaceutical market was estimated at $42 billion in 2021, which is likely to reach $ 65 billion by 2024 and may further expand to reach nearly $120-130 billion by 2030. The country’s vast pool of scientific talent, strong system of higher education, low operating costs, conducive regulatory environment and supportive government policies have made it an attractive destination for drug development, clinical trials, and commercial manufacturing. A growing population, significant R&D investments, a modernised manufacturing base and the prevalence of chronic diseases have fuelled the growth of the pharma sector. And the backbone of the success can be largely attributed to robust R&D measures in recent years. Post COVID-19, pharma players have increased their R&D investment.

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