Country’s export of pharmaceutical products increases by 146% in April to July this year
Country’s export of pharmaceutical products has increased by 146 percent in April to July this year over the same period in 2013-14. Health Minister Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya said, in 2013-14 the export was of 20 thousand 596 crore rupees which has increased to over 50 thousand crore rupees in April to July this year.
He said, the exports of Made in India pharmaceutical products scaling new heights. The Minister said, India is providing a strong healing hand to the world.
Our correspondent reports that the global trust earned by the Indian healthcare sector has led to the nation being called the pharmacy of the world.
India’s booming pharmaceuticals industry is not only a great source of innovation and employment generation, but it has also become a global healthcare provider in need.