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Price Policy on Medicines has not Changed since the Elections

Published: September 4, 2013 | 11:39 am
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The Health Ministry has responded to the recent comments with regards to the existing price policy on medicines. The NGO Healthy Living had claimed that the prices on medicines decreased by 20%-50% during the first 2 months after last year’s parliamentary elections, but the trend was halted thereafter. The Health Minister Davit Sergeenko has told TV3 that the price policy has remained virtually unchanged following the elections. According to him, only the best-selling medicines became cheaper, while prices on some other products actually increased.

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