• Adrian Simpson, United States says, "If you are looking for a fair deal on medical supplies, IDM is something I would seriously recommend. Am hooked for life."
  • Craig, United States says, "Seemed easy to purchase, reasonable prices. Good customer service when I used it."
  • Brian Pavey, United States says, "IDM makes online shopping a pleasure. Shopping is so simple that you just breeze through it."
  • Harry Mason, United States says, "I have to admit am a bit of a lazy bloke when it comes to ordering online .And IDM pampers me to the hit as it's so simple to order."
  • John Hanks, United States says, "I was a sceptic until my first order. After, I received my first package, I turned believer. Now, it’s been 3 years since I have been ordering from IDM."
  • Natalie Wallace, United States says, "I was apprehensive about how my doubts would be addressed but what the heck,I went ahead and placed my order. Customer service was patient and helped me out."
  • Mark Penning, United States says, "Happy I got my package just in time for my vacation. Needless to say, it made my holiday a wonderfully satisfying experience."
  • Ask our pharmacist, if you have any questions related to your medications
    Click to find International Shipping charges at our pharmacy.
    Shop & Earn @ InternationalDrugMart
    Easy and secure shopping @ InternationalDrugMart.com.
    Get your instant Coupon now!
    Price challenge
    You can find the latest happening of our pharmacy
    Follow us on Twitter

      Performance of pharmacueitcal industry

      Posted AtPib.nic.in

      The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has made some projections for the performance of pharmaceutical industry for years ahead through reports/studies such as India Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF) report and CII – KPMG Consultations study on Vision for Pharmaceuticals.

      As per the report of IBEF, the pharmaceutical sector is expected to attain a size of US $ 25 billion by 2010 and Indian Companies can potentially corner almost a third of the global generics market by 2007.

      Similarly, as per the CII-KPMG Consultants study, Indian domestic market is expected to grow from US $ 6 billion at present to US $ 9 billion by 2010 and Indian generic drug makers are expected to have 38 % share in global generics market by 2007 compared to 4 % at present.

      This information was given by the Minister of Chemicals & Fertilizers and Steel, Shri Ram Vilas Paswan in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha .

      December 12, 2005


       

      Share this Article!

    Back to top^