Richterʼs Romanian subsidiary re-obtains license to operate
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Hungarian pharmaceutical company Gedeon Richter announced Wednesday that, with effect from September 18, the Romanian National Agency for Medicines and Medical Devices has once again granted a license to operate to Pharmafarm SA, Richter’s wholesale subsidiary in the country.
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The Budapest Business Journal reported about Pharmafarm losing its license to operate this summer. The Romanian authorities revoked the license on June 21, in a response to what it ruled was a breach of good distribution practice.
In a press release issued today, Richter says that most of the companyʼs warehousing facilities have already re-obtained their licenses.
Pharmafarm (including six regional warehouses) was acquired by Richter in 2007. As of the end of 2017, it employed more than 500 people.
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