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March 4, 2021

Zentiva to export made-in-Bucharest medicines to Western Europe

Check pharmaceutical company Zentiva, a member of French group Sanofi-Aventis, will export to France, Italy, Germany, UK and Portugal a number of ten medicines manufactured at its Bucharest plant, according to Mediafax. “The products are for such areas as urology and high blood pressure, and, as we speak, is difficult to tell by how much will those exports help Zentiva sales rise,” Dan Ivan, Chairman of the Board of Directors at Zentiva Romania and general manager of Sanofi-Aventis Romania, told a press conference on Friday. The Republic of Moldova has so far been the only destination for Zentiva medicines made at the former Sicomed plant bought by the Czech group in 2006. In the upcoming period, the company will also put on the market an aspirin for cardiac patients.

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