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Workshop on raw materials of medicine begins in China Nov 11

Staff Reporter, Dhaka

A seven-day workshop on raw materials of medicine jointly organised by Bangladesh Association of Pharmaceutical Industries (BAPI) and Yunnan-Bengal Business Information Consultation Co Ltd (YNBBIC) will begin in China’s five provinces Beijing, Congzho, Hanzhou, Fuanzho and Kunming on November 11.

A team of BAPI will left Dhaka for China tomorrow to attend the workshop, a press statement said. The 30-member team from 17 member organisations --The ACME Laboratories Ltd, Aristopharma Limited, Beacon Pharmaceutical Ltd, Biopharma Ltd, Delta Pharma Ltd, SKF Pharmaceuticals Ltd, General Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Hudson Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Zasson Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Popular Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Unimed and Unihealth Manufacturers Ltd, White Horse Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Nexus Pharmaceuticals Ltd, BAPI Secretary General of Bangladesh Association of Pharmaceutical Industries, and others), led by SM Shafiuzzaman, will take part in the workshops.

The team of representatives will visit various important medicine factories in China and talk with China representatives for exchanging modern technology and obtaining investment support.

 BAPI hopes that it will rich our medicine industry and make major impact in future.

 

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