President, Nigerian Association of Pharmacists and Pharmaceutical Scientists in the Americas (NAPPSA), Dr Anthony Ikeme, has express concerns over Nigeria’s increasing import of pharmaceuticals especially from China and India estimated at $600 million (about N276 billion) yearly.
He stressed the need for the federal government to develop and execute a blueprint for the economic development of the pharmaceutical industry that will go along way in addressing its shortcomings.
“We must robustly and efficiently deploy all facets of our national human resource asset and machinery towards achieving our national pharmaceutical sector strategy” he said…
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