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The first pharmaceutical factory opens in Herat

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The first pharmaceutical factory opens in Herat

Doctor Daud Shah Saba, governor of Herat, said on the day of inauguration that the pharmaceutical factory will prove to be highly beneficial for the production of quality medicines for the country and will result in the development of Herat.

He asked other businessmen to invest in such factories, as they will better the economy of the country and provide various job opportunities.

Abdul Karim Sherzada, the Head of the pharmacy, said to the gathering that USD 3 million has been invested in this factory, and the factory is named Avison.

According to Mr. Sherzada’s statement, the factory can produce more than 120 thousand syrups, medicine drops, and other kinds of high quality medicines.

The industrial city of Herat, 20km south of the main city of Herat, was established in 1381 and has so far opened more than 300 factories of various products and employs hundreds of citizens.

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