GE Healthcare plans 100 new products to address massive India growth

General Electrics' GE Healthcare ($GE) division is set for some major growth in India. Revenues in the country will grow from $570 million now to $1 billion within four years, Ashutosh Banerjee, director of GE Healthcare's life care solutions--South Asia division told the Business Standard. How to reach that goal? GE Healthcare expects to unveil 100 new products over the next few years to address India's unmet medical needs, focused on areas including medical diagnostics, patient monitoring and magnetic resonance imaging, geared specifically for India's surging domestic market, according to the story. GE Healthcare maintains a massive R&D center in Bangalore. Story

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