Health announces the signing of 157 contracts within the pharmaceutical industry localization project

Health announces the signing of 157 contracts within the pharmaceutical industry localization project
Health announces the signing of 157 contracts within the pharmaceutical industry localization project
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Al-Hasnawi said, in a statement received by Alsumaria News, that “the ministry signed 157 contracts with local governmental and private factories within the project (the localization of the pharmaceutical industry) at an amount of 70 billion dinars,” pointing out that “the contracts include the provision of medicines (cancer diseases, life-saving treatments, antibiotics). Vital medicine, treatments for chronic diseases, pain relievers, treatments for viral hepatitis) and various other medicines and medical supplies.

He added, “Several decisions were taken to facilitate contracting with national factories, including:

– Formation of a committee specialized in registering products from national factories to ensure speedy registration and non-accumulation of files.

Approving the re-registration of the national product after (10) years from its registration instead of (5) years in the absence of a change in the composition of the preparation.

Granting national products that meet the requirements an initial registration within a period of one month only from the date of payment of registration fees.

– Implementing a mechanism to meet the producers of national factories and their authorized representatives on a daily basis.

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– Work to adjust the prices of national products in line with the possibility of an increase in the prices of raw materials.

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Adjusting the estimated costs of national pharmaceutical products, according to developments.

Preparing and approving practical controls to facilitate the work of local medical supplies factories and approving any previous comprehensive visit during the annual renewal of the license.

– Reconsidering the manufacturing guide for contracts, in coordination with the National Factories Producers Association.

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