India was the main supplier to the UN in healthcare in 2016, with sales totaling $803.79mn. The prime procurement category was pharmaceuticals. Since 2012, India has remained one of the largest nations to supply to the UN. It supplied 6% of the UN's total procurements last year, second after the US.
In fact, it has been among the top ten suppliers since 2000. Last year, India was the top provider in healthcare, ahead of US, supplying goods worth $902mn and services worth $162mn.
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