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Dr P V Appaji appointed first director general of India’s Pharmexcil

Raghuveer Kini takes over executive director position at body to promote Indian pharmaceutical sector

The Pharmaceutical Export Promotion Council of India (Pharmexcil) has appointed former executive director Dr P V Appaji to the newly created position of director general.

The council, which aims to promote the Indian pharmaceutical sector to global markets, said as part of its internal review it had decided to create the new post to 'forgo the growing work pressure' on the executive director.

Dr Appaji's former role has been taken over by Raghuveer Kini, who had previously served as of additional executive director at Pharmexcil.

“Now, my job will be to focus more on policy matters. In the next one to two months we will organise a meeting and come out with a new frame work for our export activities,” said Dr Appaji.

He will also supervise the overall functioning of the council.

Specific events Dr Appaji will be involved in include the 15th South East Asia Healthcare & Pharma Show in Malaysia, where Pharmexcil will aim to India's role in manufacturing and exporting pharmaceutical products.

12th April 2012

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