Guatemala’s “Grupo Pharma” to Invest in Mexico

The pharmaceutical consortium will install a $25 million lab in the Mexican state of Chiapas.

Friday, May 14, 2010

The facility is expected to employ 180 workers in its first year of operation, growing to 300 over the next four years.

“Some 300 generic medicines will be elaborated in Grupo Pharma’s laboratory in Chiapas. The company also plans to open 400 drug stores in the southern states of Mexico”, reported

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Counterfeit Medicine

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The trade in counterfeit drugs circulating in Nicaragua has become a serious public health issue.

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Salvadoran Laboratory explores the generic market

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Ancalmo Laboratories have launched two new generic medications on the market, with prices of around 30% to 40% less than the brand names.

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August 2008

Four years after forming an alliance to take the Similares Pharmacies to Guatemala, Rigoberta Menchú Tum and Mexican, Victor Gonzalez Torres have separated.

This business story started on a spring night in Mexico. Customers were enjoying a seafood platter covered with red wine in the French restaurant at the luxurious Intercontinental Presidential Hotel.

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