Summary: ((DUBAI)) Saudi Arabia's Food and Drug Authority (SFDA) will play an active role at the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Middle East 2009 (PABME) congress which opens its doors today (Monday 20 April 2009) at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
What does PABME stand for?
PABME stands for Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Middle East
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We are looking for more local players to enter the market but we do not want to restrict any foreign players because we want to ensure healthy competition so that the end user can get the best quality product," said Dr Ali Bin Shakar, undersecretary at the Ministry of Health, at the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Middle East.
Steven Burrill, Chief Executive Officer, Burrill & Company, speaking at the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Middle East (PABME) exhibition and conference yesterday (27 April 2008) identified wellness programmes to reduce health risks as a major growth area for the future.