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Western multinationals in the Indian pharmaceutical industry

Mark Casson

Western multinationals in the Indian pharmaceutical industry

by Mark Casson

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Published by University of Reading. Department of Economics in Reading .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Mark Casson and Satwinder Singh.
SeriesDiscussion papers in international investment and business studies. Series B vol.4 (1991/92) / University of Reading. Department of Economics -- No.152
ContributionsSingh, Satwinder.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13876632M

Industry sources believe that Indian firms consider European valuations to be more reasonable, and there is a wider price range of companies available. Use of generics is growing quickly in Europe, due to government price controls and other pro-generic measures, while the EU regulatory climate is proving a disincentive for some European firms.   Hence, in , the Government appointed a committee headed by Shri. Jaisukhlal Hathi to study various aspects of the Indian drugs and pharmaceutical industry; The Hathi Committee pointed out in its report that the Indian drug industry was heavily dominated by the Multinational Corporations (MNC).

In some areas, notably in the production of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs), there are now no technology gaps between Indian and Western firms [16,17]. The credibility of Indian drug firms has benefited from the reputation of Indian companies in the global market for information technology-based Business Process Outsourcing (BPO Cited by:   The lax IPR laws (Patent Rights) in India is one of the major reasons. Unlike many western nations, India has only Process patents (& not product patents) in Pharmaceutical industry. Only Process patents means -> A company can copy and manufactu.

Before the industry was underdeveloped and the MNCs charged very high prices for patented drugs. After , the monopoly power of the MNCs was eliminated, the industry experienced rapid growth and India emerged as a major player in the global pharmaceutical industry receiving world-wide recognition as a low-cost producer of high quality.   Indian Pharmaceuticals AM EST The real intention of the policymakers was to develop a world-class pharmaceutical industry which can cater to the needs of the country from.


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The Indian. The new patent regime has also led to the return of the pharmaceutical multinationals, many of which had left India during the s. Now they are back, and looking at India not who lead more Western-style lives and are demanding 3 The Indian Pharmaceutical Industry 7 4 Opportunities 9 5 Challenges 17 6 Indian Companies as Global Players 25File Size: 1MB.

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Technology Analysis and Strategic Management 19 (5): – Kalotay, K. The Indian pharmaceutical industry has made no secret of its desire to globalize and eventually compete with its counterparts in Europe, Japan and the USA as it has done in other industrial – sectors.

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How might (a) us pharmaceutical companies and (b) us consumers benefit from the rise of the Indian pharmaceutical industry. The U.S. pharmaceutical companies benefit from the rise of the Indian pharmaceutical industry because they are outsourcing to a country that has less employee regulations and that lowers their costs.

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A highly organized sector, the Indian pharmaceutical industry is estimated to be worth $ File Size: 1MB.The Indian Pharmaceutical Industry, sized at USD 34 billion (including exports) inhas remained on a strong growth trajectory, over the past few years.

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