Lahore, July 2017: The Punjab Government has the plan to do away with the decades-old system of drug inspectors and replace it with private agencies to check and certify process of production and sale of medicines in a more credible and scientific manner. Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah stated this while presiding over one of the sessions of the 3rd Pakistan Pharma Summit, which concluded here last week. The Pakistan Pharmaceutical Manufacturers’ Association (PPMA) organized the two-day moot in collaboration with sponsors including CCL Pharmaceuticals.
CCL was this year again one of the partners of the Pakistan Pharmaceutical Manufacturers’ Association (PPMA) in organizing the 3rd Pharma Summit held at the Faletti’s Hotel in Lahore from 23rd to 25th July, 2017.
Dr. Shahzad Khan, Chief Operating Officer, CCL Pharmaceuticals participated in the panel discussion on pharmaceutical exports whereas Dr. Rizwan Mahmood, Director Quality Operations represented CCL in the panel discussion for Regulatory Affairs on the first day of the summit.
The summit themed, Expanding the Possibilities, builds on the momentum of the first 2 such summits held in Karachi and was attended by over 300 senior delegates from the pharmaceutical and relevant industries. Special Assistant to prime minister Dr. Musadik Malik also spoke on the occasion and shed light on challenges and potential of pharmaceutical industries of third world countries like that of Pakistan.
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