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    Sudanese advisor: The government plans to produce 50% of imported medicines within years

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    Post by Rocky Mon 27 Mar 2023, 5:33 am

    Sudanese advisor: The government plans to produce 50% of imported medicines within years

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    Economy News-Baghdad
    Today, Sunday, the Prime Minister's Advisor for Pharmaceutical Industry Affairs, Hamoudi Al-Lami, revealed the advantages of the pharmaceutical industry localization project, while indicating the desire of investors to establish factories in Iraq, with plans to produce fifty percent of medicines.
    Al-Lami told the Iraqi News Agency, "The start of the project to localize the pharmaceutical industry took place from the first moment of the Council of Ministers' decision," stressing "the desire of many investors to establish pharmaceutical factories in Iraq."

    He explained, "There are 24 private pharmaceutical factories, in addition to the Samarra Pharmaceutical Company. There is also a joint Arab company that produces antibiotics. It has begun to develop plans to develop its programs, add production lines, and improve its production status, in addition to 24 factories under construction."

    And he pointed out, “Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani visited one of the factories that was established during the Corona period and is specialized in the production of antiseptics, sterilizers, dialysis solutions, and some wine materials that are used in hospitals and operating theaters, and according to the decisions taken recently to localize the pharmaceutical industry, contacts were made with international companies.” Including Pax, which is considered No. 1 in the production of dialysis solutions and intravenous solutions, and in the coming weeks, a technology transfer agreement will be signed in stages and within two years.

    Al-Lami stressed that "Samarra Pharmaceutical Company has been working with high quality for decades," noting that "Samarra's medicines and national factories were not competitive with imported medicines, especially since they are imported from abroad for unreliable companies, poor quality and low prices, and this is one of the reasons for flooding the market and the lack of development of the industry." medication during the last period.

    And he added, "The prime minister confirmed that the import of medicine exceeds three billion dollars annually," noting that "Iraq currently produces 10 percent of the drug needs, and according to the localization plan, production will be doubled within a year, and the need will rise from 10 to 20 percent, and within two years it will reach 40 percent." Percent, plans and programs are continuing to reach a result of 50 percent.

    He continued, "Doubling the production of medicines will lead to saving huge amounts of money and creating job opportunities for thousands of unemployed people."


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