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PM Modi To Open First Global Innovation Summit In Pharmaceuticals Today

On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will open the First Global Innovation Summit in the Pharmaceuticals Sector (November 18, 2021). According to a press statement from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), the event will be held through video conference at 4 p.m.

Mansukh Mandaviya, the Union Health Minister, will also be present. The First Global Innovation Summit is a unique initiative aimed at bringing together key Indian and international stakeholders from government, industry, academia, investors, and researchers to discuss and strategize priorities for fostering a thriving innovation ecosystem in India’s pharmaceuticals industry.

According to a press statement from the PMO, the event will also highlight prospects in the Indian pharmaceutical business, which has enormous growth potential.

The Pharmaceuticals Sector’s First Global Innovation Summit will be a two-day event with 12 sessions and over 40 national and international speakers debating a variety of topics such as the regulatory environment, funding for innovation, industry-academia collaboration, and innovation infrastructure.

Leading members of the local and worldwide pharmaceutical industries, as well as officials, investors, and researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, John Hopkins Institute, IIM Ahmedabad, and other prestigious institutions, will attend the summit.

PM Narendra Modi will also deliver the keynote presentation at The Sydney Dialogue on Thursday, speaking on the theme of India’s technological evolution and revolution, with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison providing introductory remarks.

From November 17 to 19, the Sydney Dialogue will take place. The Australian Strategic Policy Institute is behind the programme.

The forum will bring together leaders from politics, business, and government to debate, produce new ideas, and strive toward a shared understanding of the opportunities and challenges provided by emerging and vital technologies.

Shinzo Abe, Japan’s former Prime Minister, will also deliver a keynote presentation during the event.

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