Nigeria has shifted to France, Denmark and Singapore to take delivery of some pharmaceutical products valued at N231.05 billion ($502.3million) in the last one year. This is coming as the Federal Government had decried the influx of counterfeit pharmaceutical products from China and Indian.
Already, government has said that it would commence pre-shipment analysis of imported drugs coming from the two countries into the Nigeria. Findings by New Telegraph revealed that importation of drugs from France had surged from eight per cent to 92 per cent, Denmark, form 11.6 per cent to 89.4 per cent and Singarpore from 1.7per cent to 98.3 per cent within one year…
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