Inda's Pharmaceutical Industry on Course for Globalisation
Uwe Perlitz ()
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The pharmaceutical industry is expanding worldwide. For some years now, it has been benefiting from the particular dynamics of the Asian economies as both purchasers and producers. It is not only the markets in China and India that register high growth rates. Despite the positive outlook India will lose market share in the Asian market in future. The winner, first and foremost, will be China, which will remain the No 1 thanks to its expected higher sales growth and volume.
Keywords: pharmaceutical industry; india; china; Asian economies; purchasers; producers; growth rates; market share; sales; volume; population; research and development; companies; global; company; imports; exports; drug makers; income; globalisation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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