Hungarian government increases allocations for pharma and medical devices

Telco

The Hungarian government is increasing the allocation for price subsidies of pharmaceuticals and medical devices in the 2015 central budget, Hungarian news agency MTI reported yesterday citing a resolution published in the official gazette Magyar Közlöny.

The resolution states that allocation for medicine price subsidies will be increased from the original HUF 240 bln by an additional HUF 24.6 bln, while price subsidies of medical devices and supplies will receive HUF 8.1 bln in addition to the original 43.2 bln, MTI reported.

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