The Medical Fair India 2010 conference will bring together representatives from industry, accreditation, financial, and institutional bodies, and Government to address the issue of bringing quality healthcare to the masses while enabling a viable business for hospitals and medical companies. A high GDP growth rate, vibrant democracy and a stable and investor friendly legal and policy environment have established India as a very attractive business destination in recent years. Growing tremendously with increasing income, the liberalising trade regime and entry of global players in the country, IndiaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s healthcare segment offers tremendous business potential for all players from India and overseas. With the rising quality of healthcare in India matching international standards, medical tourism in India is booming. Medical equipment companies are making a beeline to set up manufacturing bases in India to take advantage of the low-cost conditions. Primary healthcare going retail is becoming a significant trend among corporate healthcare majors. The healthcare sector in India offers abundant collaboration opportunities for companies and medical practitioners from all over the world. India provides opportunities for global service providers to invest in curative and preventive services in primary, secondary and tertiary care. It also provides investment opportunities in medical infrastructure and medical tourism.