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Transformative Innovation: How India Can Up Its Game, Big Pharma GCCs Add Value

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A new report discusses the priorities that India should focus on to leapfrog towards transformative innovation. Big pharma’s expanding global capability centres (GCCs) in India are also contributing to the innovation ecosystem while positioning the country as the global industry's “backbone”.

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