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      Indian companies showcasing product at Nepal Pharma Expo

      Thirty six Indian drug manufacturers were due to be among 60 national and international companies showcasing their products at the Nepal Pharma Expo-2005, beginning Sunday.
      Association of Pharmaceutical Producers of Nepal (APPON) and Department of Drug Administration Nepal have collaborated with the Global Pharma Expo of India for the first pharma expo being organized in the Himalayan Kingdom.

      India's leading companies, including Aarati Drugs, Airtec India, Parag Export, National Pharma Machinery, Bombay Engineering and Hetro Drugs are taking part in the two-day expo being organised at the Birendra International Convention Centre.

      The expo is being held to promote indigenously produced medicines of Nepal and to make the country self-reliant in drugs within next ten years, said APPON President Pradip Man Vaidya.

      According to him, Nepal indigenously produces 30 per cent of pharma products required for domestic consumption and 70 per cent of the products come from foreign countries, mainly India.

      Nepal's pharma products market is worth about US$100 million and US$60 million worth medicines are imported from India alone, he said. The objective of the expo is to show that Nepalese pharmaceutical products are as good and are close to the WHO's Good Manufacturing Practice Standards, Vaidya said.

      Seminars and workshops on health-related topics were also expected to be held during the expo.

      September 25, 2005


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