August had been a month of discussions on FDI in Pharmaceutical sector. We had argued leaning for and against with valid points on both sides. Obviously most of the pharma industry people have argued supporting it but have failed to acknowledge and see it from the other perspectives and answer the many questions that loom large. Here I present to you some posts(including the report on which the discussions centered around).
- Report on FDI in Pharmaceutical Sector
- 100% FDI in pharma sector bad for country: Parl committee
- Sharma says govt looking at concerns over FDI in pharma
- Pharma sector gets FDI of $1billion in April-June period
- Right prescription for pharma
- Pharma firms waiting for more clarity
- A naïve report from Parliament on FDI in the Pharmaceutical Industry
- India will continue to allow 100% Fdi in Greenfield Pharma CCI to develop necessary enabling regulations for brownfield FDI in Six Months PM chairs high level meeting
- A research paper on FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN INDIAN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY
- DIPP plans alternate FDI policy for pharma sector
- Pharma FDI: Damning Report of Parliamentary Panel, PM Vetoes…and Avoids Ruffling Feathers?
While I had kept most of my discussions private, you are free to either buzz me with your perspective privately for a discussion or take the liberty of commenting here in public. If you have read other interesting perspectives, feel free to add them here in your comments.
Stay tuned for next posts.