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He added that the NPPA helped the executing company, Rosatom, to hold a seminar to introduce the nuclear project in July 2018 and then a forum of suppliers of nuclear technology in November 2018, and invited more than 150 Egyptian companies to participate and encourage others to participate in the project.
NPPA Technical Advisor Khalil Yasso welcomed the event organized by the IAEA in collaboration with the NPPA, highlighting that Egypt is already 'party to some of the international legal instruments such as the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, the Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage, the Joint Protocol Relating to the Application of the Vienna Convention and Paris Convention, the Convention of Early Notification of a Nuclear Accident and the Convention on Assistance in the Case of a Nuclear Accident or Radiological Emergency.
The notification says "the source of market-based data shall be the data available with the pharmaceutical market data specializing company as decided by the government/This means the NPPA can consider the data provided by any pharmaceutical market data specialized company.
He now heads to Ascot Sales on December 10.'' PETER BURGON RESULTS 12.30pm, NPPA Conditions Race: 1, Pieceoftheaction (J Andrews) 4/7 fav, 2, Lough Derg Island (A Chadwick) 4/1, 3, Relax (W Ramsay) 10/1, 6 Ran, 7,2.
New Delhi [India], Nov 25 ( ANI ): The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) has send notice to Gurugram's Fortis Hospital over alleged charging of exorbitant bill by it in a recent death case of a seven-year-old dengue patient.
NPPA fixed the prices for bare- metal stents at ` 7,260 and drug- eluting stents ( coated with medicine that prevents scar tissue from growing into the artery) at ` 29,600 respectively.
In a way, the move was surprising, as prices of most high-end stents sold by global medical device majors in several European markets are closer to the NPPA's cap.
In addition to reform of existing drug law, it is expected that the committee will give the NPPA, which regulates prices of pharmaceutical products in the country, more authorisation.
He also focused in his briefing on the "tardy implementation of National Peace and Partnership Agreement (NPPA)."
Here's another report on the alleged utter insensitivity of Narendra Modi towards the basic health care needs of the poor of India: "The Congress charged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, before undertaking his trip to the USA, had forced the National Pharmaceuticals Pricing Authority (NPPA) to withdraw its May 2014 guidelines for fixing the prices of life-saving drugs with an aim to appease the big pharma companies and multinational companies.
"We have a very limited budget," said Toufic Agha, the NPPA's director.