Nigerian pharmaceutical market to yield $2.61bn in 2016

*Experts credit stiff regulatory environment for growth Pharmaceutical distribution analyst Frost & Sullivan has projected that Nigeria will earn $2.61billion from her pharmaceutical industry in 2016 from a paltry $778.0 million in 2009. The analyst credits stiff regulations in the nation’s drug distribution chain for its forecast, which has seen greater consumer confidence in drugs supplied and a decrease in illegal distribution networks.
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Added December 08, 2011
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