Pharmaceutical Industry Trends

The Pharma industry is growing exponentially over the last few years. It has increased life spans and fostered hope to people who have given up on everything. Improved life style and the capability to trust the Indian pharmaceutical industry is proof of the positive outcome of the Pharma industry. The Brand India Pharma's page on pharma trends give you an insight on various trends that are evolving at a very fast pace and enabling people to be more productive and efficient. With the fast transformation, it becomes a big responsibility to know the latest pharma trends. Watch this space for the latest pharmacy updates that highlight the pharmaceutical industry trends. Get in touch with us to know more about upcoming pharmaceutical trends.

August 10, 2015: Domestic organised pharma retail market has crossed Rs 90,000 crore on the back of huge growth in sales of anti diabetic drugs, dermatology and urology medicines. The pharma retail market recorded robust growth of around 13 percent to reach Rs 8328 crore in July 2015, adding Rs 1019 crore over July 2014. The market added Rs 11, 258 crore in a year, moving ...

July 20, 2015: The government would use the track and trace technology to monitor all drug exporting firms. Beginning October, all companies will have to adhere to prescribed manufacturing data on various levels of packaging. The Ministry of Commerce has constituted an expert group which would come up with the recommendations for technologies for the programme within the cou...

July 7, 2015: The government is ready to draft a new set of guidelines to regulate drug quality in India. The Health Ministry and Central Drug Standards Control Organisation (CDSCO) are jointly planning to study the guidelines of global health regulators.  

 

"Government is worried over the promises made to the USFDA off late. However, due to...

June 16, 2015: Latin America has been identified as one of the most aggressive regions for importing Indian drugs as per Pharma Export Promotion Council (Pharmexcil). The region posted a growth of 36 per cent in exports in the last couple of financial years with Argentina and Brazil taking the lead. 

 

"Exports to Argentina and Br...

May 26, 2015: Testing of 42,000 samples of Indian drugs for quality would be completed in the next six to eight months as part of a mega survey, stated by Dr G N Singh, Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI). “After about six months, we will actually know and tell the world that our drugs are of quality. This will also help negate misnomers as various numbers are being c...

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