Running Ranbaxy


Malvinder Mohan Singh, CEO of Ranbaxy, aims to make the company the world's fifth-largest generic drug maker by 2012.

For the moment, the most famous Sikh in the world is Manmohan Singh, prime minister of India. Soon it could be Malvinder Mohan Singh, CEO of Ranbaxy, India’s largest pharmaceuticals company.

At 35, Malvinder is young for the top job. There had been many sceptics when he was appointed CEO in January 2006, not least because his family, a major player in India’s healthcare industry, is the controlling shareholder of Ranbaxy.

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