07 Sep 2020

Essential Drug Production Started in Technopolis Moscow SEZ

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Amedart - a Technopolis Moscow resident - launched production of 17 drugs from the essential drug list for treating HIV, renal failure, and anticoagulants, chelators and immunosuppressants as well.

The total investments into production will amount to RUR 700+ m. The first drug batches of 100,000 packs will be produced in 2021.

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