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Saudi Arabia's Pharma Market Is 'Open For Business'

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Executive Summary

Saudi Arabia could be an exciting market for many pharmaceutical companies looking to grow their business. Not only is it the biggest market in the Gulf, worth $5.1bn in 2012, but it is also an important gateway for other markets in a region where demand is steadily growing. And now new developments at the Saudi Food & Drugs Authority (SFDA) means that firms will likely find it easier to get to the market, explains Hassaan Alwohaibi, director of product licensing at the SFDA's drug division.






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