Greek Pharmaceuticals: The little pill with big potential

EconomyFeatures Tags: Health By: Omaira Gill
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The Greek pharmaceutical industry has remained a relatively strong sector despite the crisis - it contributes around 2.8 billion euros to GDP annually, according to the Greek government, and is one of the few industries in Greece which expanded its companies and workforce during the crisis rather than reduced it.

In export terms, Greek medical products (packaged medicaments) come second only to refined petroleum products. With a highly skilled workforce and reliable reputation in the sector, the Greek pharma industry has grounds for expanding its market share in...

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