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March, 28 2012 09:54:55

Pharmaceutical plant opens in Binh Duong

BINH DUONG — The Hasan-Dermapharm Co Ltd, a joint venture between the Vietnamese Hasan Pharma Co Ltd and the German Dermapharm AG Corporation, inaugurated a pharmaceutical production plant worth VND150 billion (US$7.1 million) at the Dong An Industrial Zone, Thuan An Town, in the southern province of Binh Duong last Saturday.

It was the second plant to be opened by the joint venture in Viet Nam. The company specialises in production of the antibiotic Betalactam and the bactericidal antibiotic Cephalexin, with capacities of 250 million and 100 million tablets per year, respectively.

The joint venture was set up in 2008 and focuses on the research and development of prescription drugs with European quality standards.-VNS

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