India Pharma - IPM Growth Broadly Normalised In June: Prabhudas Lilladher

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India Pharma - IPM Growth Broadly Normalised In June: Prabhudas Lilladher

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Prabhudas Lilladher Report

Indian pharmaceutical market growth broadly normalised in the month of June 2021 after strong sales growth in April and May 2021, led by second wave of Covid-19 and lower base benefits.

The key reasons for normalised growth are:

  1. declining number of active Covid-19 cases post its peak in May-21 during the second wave,

  2. IPM supply chain getting largely streamlined in June-20, hence base become normalised versus April-May-20,

  3. high demand for anti-infective/acute-therapy products on a lower base and

  4. high contributions in incremental growth of IPM from Covid-19 related preventive medicines maintained.

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