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Lack of water and electricity in Angola holds back investments in pharmaceutical industries

Angola has registered about 200 requests for the creation of local pharmaceutical industries since 2016.

Still, the lack of basic conditions, such as water and electricity, hinder potential investors from investing in the sector, said today an official source.

According to Pombal Mayembe, a member of the Medicines Regulation Agency (Armed) of Angola, the 200 requests, which did not pass, have come since 2016, when the technical group for the evaluation and licensing of pharmaceutical factories was created.

"The water, electricity, these are difficulties that we can cite here in our country because the electricity supply is not, let's . . .

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