Weak legislation, lax distribution fuel counterfeit drugs in Nigeria

by | March 4, 2013 9:12 am

Weak legislation and a lax distribution system have been identified as responsible for the growing drug counterfeiting business in Nigeria from which the country loses an estimated N200 billion annually. Aside the economic loss, the damage caused by counterfeit medicines on consumers’ wellbeing and emotions is high. To this end, stakeholders are calling for proper…

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