Bapi inks deal with Arab drug makers

The Arab Union of the Manufacturers of Pharmaceuticals and Medical Appliances (Aupam) and the Bangladesh Association of Pharmaceutical Industries (Bapi) have signed a memorandum of understanding to cooperate on strengthening capacities and encourage trade between members.  

Dr Abdulnaser Sijari, president of Aupam, and Muhammad Halimuzzaman, treasurer of Bapi, on behalf of Md Nazmul Hassan, president of Bapi, inked the deal at the Bangladesh embassy in Amman, Jordan on Tuesday, said a press release.

Headquartered in Amman, Aupam operates under the Council of Arab Economic Unity. Its members include major pharmaceutical industries from Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine and Jordan.

Bapi represents pharmaceutical companies of Bangladesh. A Bapi delegation is currently visiting Jordan to attend “Arab Pharma Manufacturers’ Expo 2023”.  

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