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Egyptian Drug Price Reform: New Trade Barrier Or Demand Driver?

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Egypt, an emerging pharmaceutical market, is implementing a series of healthcare and drug pricing reforms. The new drug pricing regime, a streamlined registration process and the government's initiative to widen health insurance coverage, could help drive up domestic demand for pharmaceutical products, especially for branded generics in the country

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