The recovery rate from the coronavirus (COVID-19) at Egyptian isolation hospitals has reached 83.3 percent.
EGYMEDICA is the official exhibition in Egypt for the procurement of all medical needs in the governmental sector and the private sector.
The city consists of plants that manufacture sterilized medicines, non-sterilized medicines, solid medicines, cancer treatment products, and medical equipment.
The meeting also tackled putting into effect all measures required to forge ahead with developing and shoring up local production of medical equipment.
Only 20 percent are imported.
The Drug Information Center launched the initiative to preserve patients’ health and rationalize the consumption of medicines.
Egypt rose three places compared with the previous year, according to the SCImago Journal & Country Rank.
In FY2017/2018, Egypt achieved a 12.7 percent growth in non-oil exports to record $12.7 billion from $15 billion in the previous fiscal year.
An in-depth look at research and development across various industrial sectors in Egypt.
Dr. Magdy Yacoub told media that his charity foundation has gained excellent reputation globally.
TVM Capital Healthcare Partners, a Dubai-based private equity business, has launched a $250 million fund to invest in areas.
The first trading day of Ibn Sina shares will be December 12.
The industrial investment map, launched Tuesday, included 4,136 opportunities in eight sectors, Minister of Industry Tarek Kabil said in a press conference.
AstraZeneca Chief Executive Pascal Soriot, said that lack of progress in negotiations made it impossible for him to sign a public letter of support for the British government’s strategy.
Fujifilm Holdings Corp (4901.T) said it aimed to spend 500 billion yen ($4.54 billion) in strategic acquisitions over three years as it seeks growth outsid.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce expressed its support for the expansions of the U.S. firms in Egypt.
The industrial growth rate hiked 4.7 percent in the first nine months of fiscal year 2016/2017.
Sahar Nasr mulled with representatives of two international pharmaceutical companies working in Egypt the injection of $128 million investments within the coming period.
The head of sales and marketing sector at a government-owned medical company were arrested for misappropriating drugs worth 9.5 million EGP ($524K), according to a Monday statement by the Ministry of Interior.
A post-float surge in the price of pharmaceutical components has left patients scrambling for medications that they simply cannot afford.