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Beximco Pharma acquires 54.6pc stake in Sanofi Bangladesh

The country’s leading manufacturer and exporter of medicine Beximco Pharmaceuticals has acquired a 54.6 per cent stake in Sanofi Bangladesh

Beximco Pharma acquires 54.6pc stake in Sanofi Bangladesh

Beximco LPG sings deal with Jamuna Oil to sell LPG at pumps

The signing ceremony took place at the Chattogram office of Jamuna Oil Company on Wednesday.

Beximco LPG sings deal with Jamuna Oil to sell LPG at pumps

Stocks perform mixed on higher transactions

Stocks today witnessed flat with falling trend of most of the major price indices at Dhaka and Chattogram Stock Exchanges despite higher transactions.

Stocks perform mixed on higher transactions

Precarious predicament of vaccine procurement

Vaccines are basically the government’s responsibility. Once the vaccines are procured and distributed, then the people can be told to get vaccinated, to be registered. But how to get the vaccine?

Precarious predicament of vaccine procurement

Serum vaccine: Contract has non-liability clause

The three parties to the contract are Bangladesh government, Beximco Pharma and India's Serum Institute

Serum Institute is manufacturing the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine in India

Beximco makes 77 taka profit on each dose of Covid vaccine

Beximco Pharmaceuticals' profits have gone up by almost 62.5 per cent compared to the corresponding period of the previous year

Beximco makes 77 taka profit on each dose of Covid vaccine

Covid-19: Why the crisis in vaccines?

Vaccine supply has emerged globally as an extremely sensitive political issue. The disparity between nations is the main cause of this predicament.

Covid-19: Why the crisis in vaccines?

No crisis of oxygen in Bangladesh: Health minister

Health minister Zahid Maleque has said the uncertainty over receiving coronavirus vaccine jabs from the Serum Institute of India is likely to be over soon

Health minister Zahid Maleque talks to media during a press briefing on the premises of Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons, Dhaka on 27 April 2021

Covid-19

Vaccine diplomacy, India’s ban, lessons learned

Bangladesh has seen a significant increase in the number of deaths during the second wave of coronavirus. Next door in India the virus is spreading like wildfire. This is a grave warning to us

Vaccine diplomacy, India’s ban, lessons learned

Uncertainty of vaccine availability must be cleared immediately

As the second wave of coronavirus hits the country, Bangladesh is uncertain over supply of the required vaccine. The matter requires an immediate solution to avert a crisis

Uncertainty of vaccine availability must be cleared immediately
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