Amid the ongoing military conflict between Ukraine and Russia and growing sanctions pressure on Russia, the Kremlin plans to invest around 200 billion rubles ($12.1 billion) in achieving the self -so-called medical and pharmaceutical “sovereignty”.
The concept of the strategy, which aims to increase Russia’s share of national medicines to 85% of the market and see it export at least 50 national origin medicines…
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