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GE Healthcare’s increasing focus on domestic market

GE Healthcare, the healthcare and life sciences solutions company, has set a target for sales of medical products from India to reach $800 million in the next three years. They currently have sales of $475 million, including both domestic and exports, and are growing at 18-20 per cent a year.GE Healthcare is increasing its efforts to develop products for India within the country. “OurThe engineers based in Bangalore are developing products looking at the specific need of the country, such as the power situation, and the propensity to pay. GE Healthcare is seeking to shift focus from late disease to early detection and diagnosis, and is promoting its products like the ‘Mac 400’, an electrocardiograph designed and developed by GE Healthcare technologists at the John F Welch Technology Centre in Bangalore and manufactured by Wipro GE Healthcare, which is easy to use and portable, making it particularly advantageous for use in rural India.


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