Abacus Parenteral Drugs Limited

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Trading in pharmaceutical products is one of core industry in Uganda‘s economy. As the manufacturers of pharmaceutical products are very few to cater the market demand, majority of demand was met through importation. This business is growing at a rapid pace with the growth of population and export potential to neighbour countries like Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Congo, Sudan etc. Nonetheless the Government support by removal of taxes on imports of Pharmaceutical products, to sustain its policies of providing proper medication to people, also provided a vital support for its accelerating growth.

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