Mexico: sales of counterfeit pharmaceuticals grows

Posted on March 13, 2013 • Filed under: Crime, Latin America Health, Mexico, TRAVEL

The National Union of Entrepreneurs of Mexico Pharmacy (Unefarm) reported growth in the supply of medicines cloned in the country that is now up 7.0 percent market share valued at 150 billion dollars and whose method of operation and extended to Internet sales. The council president, Oscar Zavala, asked the authorities to solve this problem before considering applying Value Added Tax (VAT) on drugs, because it would strengthen the black market where prices are offered up to 90 percent lower. pharmaceuticals. Read Article

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