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    • December 15, 2017 7:14 PM GMT
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      Moroccan Company To Build Pharmaceutical Plant In Rwanda

      Cooper Pharma, a Moroccan pharmaceutical company, will on Friday launch the construction of an antibiotics plant in Rwanda.
      The plant will be built on a plot of 20,000 square meters at the Kigali Special Economic Zone in Gasabo District.
      This project is among the 21 deals that were signed between Morocco and Rwanda in October 2016 during a 3-day visit of King Mohammed VI to Rwanda.
      The projects were grouped into eight categories including; business, agriculture, politics, infrastructure, education, health, social welfare and security.
      Of these projects, Rwanda and Morocco sealed a deal to invest in pharmaceutical industry, and the Moroccan Cooper Pharma, a renowned producer of antibiotics among other drugs, committed to set up its facility at the Special Economic Zone.
      Already exporting to 21 countries across the world, Cooper Pharma said it wanted to make Rwanda a strategic store for East Africa.

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