Tender for $2 Million in Medicines

The Costa Rican Social Security tenders the supply of lamotrigine, in 100 and 25 milligrams presentations, under the mode of delivery on demand.

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Costa Rica Government Purchase 2019LN-000002-5101:

"Detail of the requested lines:

-Lamotrigine 100 Mg. Chewable and dispersible tablets.
-Lamotrigine 25 Mg. Chewable and dispersible tablets.

The receipt of tenders shall be on February 25, 2019, at 10:00 AM."

Reference value: $ 2.144.218.

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