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Turkey Puts Priority On Health Care, Eyes Nationally Developed Drugs

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Turkey’s High Council of Science and Technology has thrown its weight behind a push to attract more pharmaceutical investment by declaring healthcare a priority sector of the economy. But attracting investment at home and from abroad remains a challenge as the government looks to keep its overall medical budget in check.

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