India's pharma exports up by 138% over 2013-14: Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya
India's pharma exports witnessed a growth of 138 per cent since April-October 2013-14, from Rs 37,987.68 crores in 2013-14 to Rs 90,324.23 crores in 2021-22.
Union Health Minister
"India is Healing The World India's export of pharma products registered a tremendous growth of 138 per cent in April-October 2022 over the same period in 2013 under
"In this time of Corona, we have seen how India following the vision of 'One Earth, One Health' is saving crores of lives by giving essential medicines, and vaccines to many countries," PM Modi had said while delivering the 'state of the world' address virtually at the World Economic Forum's Davos Agenda.
Building on the outstanding performance in the previous FY 2020-21, Indian pharma exports once again registered a healthy performance in 2021-22. The pharma exports in 2021-22 sustained positive growth despite the global trade disruptions and drop in demand for COVID-related medicines.
In May, Indian pharma companies enabled by their price competitiveness and good quality, made a global mark, with 60 per cent of the world's vaccines and 20 per cent of generic medicines coming from India.
The share of pharmaceuticals and drugs in our global exports was 5.92 per cent in May.
Indian pharma companies have a substantial share of the prescription market in the US and EU. The largest number of FDA-approved plants outside the US is in India.
AdvertisementEven in the year, 2020-21, Indian drugs and pharmaceuticals had registered a sharp growth amid the COVID despair, achieving an export of USD 24.4 Bn with a YoY growth of 18 per cent.
The extraordinary export growth in 2020-21 was achieved by braving the frequent lockdowns, global supply chain disruptions and the depressed manufacturing sector. Indian pharma industry played a pivotal role in fighting against the COVID pandemic and demonstrating to the world that we continue to be a reliable and dependent partner when it comes to dealing with a global health crisis.
The Indian vaccine industry developed Covid vaccine with indigenous technology in collaboration with India's research institutions like the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and the National Institute of Virology (NIV) within the shortest time on par with highly developed countries like America and the EU. India provided 115 million doses of vaccines to more than 97 countries.
As part of the trade agreements, India has also signed a cooperation agreement with the UAE and Australia which will give enhanced access to Indian pharma products in these markets.
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