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Turkey Restructures Reimbursement Body But Is It Enough?

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Turkey has designated health sciences, and the pharmaceutical industry in particular, as a strategic sector to support economic development, and the government appears determined to turn the country into a regional hub by supporting production and high-value exports. The national reimbursement body has recently been restructured to promote these goals but the industry is cautious.

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