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Lack Of Risk Funding Impedes India's Discovery R&D Growth But Mindset Change Is Making A Difference, Report Says

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

MUMBAI - Acute shortage of risk funding is turning to be a significant impediment for development of innovative companies in India, especially for start-ups looking to scale their operations or invest in new R&D technologies, the latest report titled Financing Ecosystem of the Indian Life Science Industry by investment bank Yes Bank and industry lobby Confederation of Indian Industry noted

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