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Capital, Labour and Productivity: Three Economic Pillars

Mr. Ajay Shah

Mr. Ajay Shah, Professor, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy

Mr. Ajay Shah, Professor, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy shares his thoughts on the three economic forces: Capital, Labour and Productivity driving growth for the Indian economy.

India’s rise in the world economy

Samiran Chakraborty

Mr Samiran Chakraborty, Head of Research, Standard Chartered Bank

Mr Samiran Chakraborty, Head of Research, Standard Chartered Bank states that over the next 20 years India is likely to cross even the US in terms of the total market size or come very close to where the US is and possibly be behind only China in terms of the overall GDP. India’s per capita income could come to US $ 5000-6000 by the end of 2030. And that would propel India to the big league.

India: High potential for further economic take-off

Sonal Varma

Ms. Sonal Varma, India Economist, Nomura Advisory

Ms. Sonal Varma, India Economist, Nomura Advisory states that if one looks at and scans all the countries in the world, the country that really stands out in terms of potential is India. The country has a labour advantage, with a great scope for productivity gains leading to continued growth at a very fast pace in the coming years.

Mr Rajeev Kher, Additional Secretary, Government of India

Mr Rajeev Kher

Mr Rajeev Kher, Additional Secretary, Government of India in conversation at CPhI Worldwide exhibition in Madrid

Mr Rajeev Kher shares his views on the wide range of diseases covered by medicines manufactured by Indian pharmaceutical companies. Mr. Kher also explains key aspects of Availability and Accessibility of Indian pharmaceuticals.

Mr S R Rao, Commerce Secretary, Government of India

Mr S R Rao

Mr S R Rao, Commerce Secretary, Government of India in conversation at CPhI Worldwide exhibition in Madrid

Mr S R Rao shares his thoughts on the role played by India’s large talent pool in the success of the Indian pharmaceutical sector. Mr Rao explains how these advantages have played a key role in India’s continued robust growth in the pharmaceutical sector.

Dr S E Reddy, Assistant Drug Controller General, CDSCO, Government of India

Dr S E Reddy

Dr S E Reddy, Assistant Drug Controller General, Central Drug Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO), Government of India in conversation at CPhI Worldwide exhibition in Madrid

Dr S E Reddy explaining the role played by Central and State Governments respectively in ensuring manufacture of high quality medicines in India. Dr Reddy explains the wide geographical reach of Indian medicines, which are exported to over 200 countries and valued at over US $12 bn.

Mr S R Rao, Commerce Secretary, Government of India

Mr S R Rao

Mr S R Rao, Commerce Secretary, Government of India in conversation with Mr Freddy White, Director, European Pharmaceutical Review at CPhI Worldwide exhibition in Madrid

Mr S R Rao shares his thoughts on the increasing contribution of Indian pharmaceutical sector to the global pharmaceutical landscape in the form of high quality, affordable medicines, and on the opportunity building up for India in the near future with block-buster drugs going off patent.

Mr Rajeev Kher, Additional Secretary, Government of India

Mr Rajeev Kher

Mr Rajeev Kher, Additional Secretary, Government of India in conversation at CPhI Worldwide exhibition in Madrid

Mr Rajeev Kher shares his insights on the evolution of Indian pharmaceutical sector and on the government’s policy plans for encouraging and supporting R&D and Drug discovery across industry in the Indian pharmaceutical sector.

Mr J S Deepak, Additional Secretary, Government of India

Mr J S Deepak

Mr J S Deepak, Additional Secretary, Government of India in conversation at CPhI Worldwide exhibition in Madrid

Mr J S Deepak shares his insights on the opportunities opening up for India as a result of the changing dynamics of the global pharmaceutical sector, and on the prevailing factors that make Indian pharmaceutical sector globally competitive.

Mr S R Rao, Commerce Secretary, Government of India

Mr S R Rao

Mr S R Rao, Commerce Secretary, Government of India in conversation at CPhI Worldwide exhibition in Madrid

Mr S R Rao shares his insights on the objective behind Government of India initiating the ‘Brand India Pharma’ campaign and on the government’s plans to sustain the growth of the Indian pharmaceutical sector.

Dr S E Reddy, Assistant Drug Controller General, CDSCO, Government of India

Dr S E Reddy

Dr S E Reddy, Assistant Drug Controller General, Central Drug Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO), Government of India in conversation at CPhI Worldwide exhibition in Madrid

Dr S E Reddy explains the key role played by the drug regulator and auditor in CDSCO under the Ministry of Health in ensuring high quality in the manufacturing of drugs and medicines in India, for both domestic and international markets.

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