We will help develop Nigeria’s pharmaceutical industry — Indian High Commissioner in Nigeria


By Gabriel Olawale

INDIAN High Commissioner  in Nigeria, Mr. Abhay Thakur has assured of genuine collaboration in developing the local pharmaceutical production industry in Nigeria to meet the need of its timing population and boost the internally- generated revenue.

INDIAN High Commissioner in Nigeria, Mr. Abhay Thakur

Speaking at the iPHEX 2019 organised by Pharmaceuticals Export Promotion Council of India, PHARMEXCIL, Thakur said that manufacturers of pharmaceutical products in India are willing to partner with Nigeria to develop its local production and show the rest of the world example of the best way to bilateral relationship.

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“We will be glad to share our database with Nigeria and I have urged Indian community to help Nigeria in developing its manufacturing industry so that they can achieve 70 per cent local production and 30 per cent export.

“This will help Nigeria reduce its huge medical bill…

Vanguard Newspaper


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