Gedeon Richter appoints head of office in Ukraine
This article was originally published in Scrip
Hungary’s largest pharmaceutical manufacturer, Gedeon Richter, has appointed Dr Istvan Yakubovich the new head of its representative office in Kiev, Ukraine. He replaces Janos Szabo who had led the company for eight years. Dr Yakubovich was educated as a physician in the former Soviet Union; he joined the company in 2003.
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