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What is the way forward for Indian vaccine industry?

While Indian vaccine producers dominate global market, bulk of marketshare in the high-value domestic private market is held by a few MNCs, says Pushpa Vijayraghavan and Aparna Balasubramanian

Pushpa Vijayraghavan & Aparna Balasubramanian 

Allaying the threat of preventable deaths, vaccines are one of the most important arsenal for public health globally. India undeniably remains the vaccine epicenter of the world, being home to highly successful vaccine giants who have not only helped India attain domestic self-sufficiency in vaccines for the public market, but also helped the country emerge as a global vaccine manufacturing hub.  The vaccine industry has time and again, broken affordability barriers, addressed technology challenges and has earned India the recognition of having the largest global capacity for ...

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While Indian vaccine producers dominate global market, bulk of marketshare in the high-value domestic private market is held by a few MNCs, says Pushpa Vijayraghavan and Aparna Balasubramanian

While Indian vaccine producers dominate global market, bulk of marketshare in the high-value domestic private market is held by a few MNCs, says Pushpa Vijayraghavan and Aparna Balasubramanian Allaying the threat of preventable deaths, vaccines are one of the most important arsenal for public health globally. India undeniably remains the vaccine epicenter of the world, being home to highly successful vaccine giants who have not only helped India attain domestic self-sufficiency in vaccines for the public market, but also helped the country emerge as a global vaccine manufacturing hub.  The vaccine industry has time and again, broken affordability barriers, addressed technology challenges and has earned India the recognition of having the largest global capacity for ... image
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What is the way forward for Indian vaccine industry?

While Indian vaccine producers dominate global market, bulk of marketshare in the high-value domestic private market is held by a few MNCs, says Pushpa Vijayraghavan and Aparna Balasubramanian

Allaying the threat of preventable deaths, vaccines are one of the most important arsenal for public health globally. India undeniably remains the vaccine epicenter of the world, being home to highly successful vaccine giants who have not only helped India attain domestic self-sufficiency in vaccines for the public market, but also helped the country emerge as a global vaccine manufacturing hub.  The vaccine industry has time and again, broken affordability barriers, addressed technology challenges and has earned India the recognition of having the largest global capacity for ...

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