Belarus cuts funding for pharmaceutical industry development 9.7% to Br19.331m

16.10.2017 09:25 / Belarus

MINSK – Belarus has cut the budget earmarked for the state programme for pharmaceutical industry development by 9.7% to Br19.331 million ($9.824m), in accordance with government resolution #759 of Oct 10, 2017.

In particular, transfers from the state budget for the pharmaceutical industry development programme have been reduced by 13.7% to Br5.579m ($2.835m).

The funding for developing new medications has been reduced by 7.4% to Br18.54m ($9.422m).

Source: PRIME-TASS
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