TITLE

Caracterização da trajetória de desenvolvimento da indústria farmacêutica na Índia: elementos para aprendizado

AUTHOR(S)
Radaelli, Vanderleia; Paranhos, Julia
PUB. DATE
June 2013
SOURCE
Parcerias Estratégicas;jun2013, Vol. 18 Issue 36, p9
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Lately, certain developing countries have managed to gain important market shares in the pharmaceutical industry. While in many of these the strategies, governance and regulatory system for innovation are still being consolidated, this group of countries nevertheless has attracted the interest of large multinational companies. In this respect, India proves an emblematic case, showing the increased relevance of a developing country, traditionally dependent on the transfer of technologies, products and processes developed abroad, through building skills in an industry such as pharmaceuticals. The Indian pharmaceutical industry, at a 120 years, is relatively new. The changes occurred in India in the last 40 years have ignited a debate about the ability of a relatively poor country, with companies still in their structuring phase, to understand, assimilate and implement production processes for products that were previously generated abroad. This capacity, rather unusual, often portrayed in its early stages, during which the regime of intellectual property rights was not followed in the following terms: imitation versus innovation. Accordingly, the proper understanding of the evolution of the Indian pharmaceutical industry wants all the credit for changes in the regulatory regime as a key part of the current performance of their businesses in the international market, which is the goal of this article.
ACCESSION #
95784610

 

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