Mondaq Middle East & Africa: Food, Drugs, Healthcare, Life Sciences
Barnea & Co
The life sciences are advancing at dramatic rates in capabilities and goals. For most of human existence, we have been trying to keep up with the path of diseases as they emerge.
Barnea & Co
The life sciences are advancing at dramatic rates in capabilities and goals.
Gross, Kleinhendler, Hodak, Halevy, Greenberg & Co.
Israeli law defines cannabis as a dangerous drug, but authorizes the Ministry of Health to issue permits related to the use of cannabis.
Fred-Young & Evans
All aspects of pharmacy practice in Nigeria are regulated by the Pharmacists Council of Nigeria Act (1992 No. 91) ("the Act").
AO2 Law
By an amended Writ of Summons and Statement of Claim sealed out of the High Court of Lagos State, Nigeria Fijabi Adebo Holdings Limited and its alter ego, Dr. Emmanuel Fijabi Adebo.
Songhai Advisory LLP
President Muhammadu Buhari travelled to the UK on Monday 8 June 2016 for a 10-day holiday according to official statements. However, his seemingly impromptu absence from key engagements as well as the emergence of a communique...
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
Like other manufacturing industries, in the pharmaceutical sector a system of differential pricing operates globally.
PUNUKA Attorneys & Solicitors
Clinical trials are studies of drugs that are still in development or have not yet been approved by the relevant food and drug regulatory agency for the use being studied.
Clyde & Co
As cyber and data risks continue to grow, understanding the exposures and finding ways to put in place preventative measures and compliance programmes are key.
Clyde & Co
Qatar's strategy for developing its healthcare sector in Qatar includes a commitment to improve the quality and standard of ‘life' by promoting education and reform in Life Sciences.
Clyde & Co
Qatar's healthcare sector began developing in the 1950s and became more robust in 1978 when the Ministry of Health developed a comprehensive scheme for building a primary health care...
Clyde & Co
Qatar's National Vision 2030 sets out the Qatari government's goal of improving the health of Qatar's population by developing a world class and integrated health care system.
Clyde & Co
The rapidly increasing population coupled with continuing advancements in hi-tech medical technology and pharmaceutical innovations has started to put pressure on the financial and infrastructure capacity of the health care sector in Qatar.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
Reform of how public healthcare and related services are delivered in the Kingdom is one of the Government's most important priorities.
Clyde & Co
It is known that SAGIA towards the end of 2016 and earlier on 2017 has started issuing trading license to a number of international pharmaceutical companies through a 100% structure or Joint Venture.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is widely recognised as having the largest and fastest growing population in the Gulf Cooperation Council (the "GCC"), with over half the population under 40.
Clyde & Co
Other human healthcare services CPC 9319 except CPC 93191" and excluding of course the services listed under the Negative List.
STA Law Firm
People seek the assistance of professionals with the view of obtaining expert advice on matters that are beyond their proficiency or expertise.
Crowe Horwath
Third-party logistics companies such as Deliveroo and Talabat pose a threat to the country's food and beverage (F&B) sector, according to the chief executive of Dubai's Freedom Pizza.
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
The UAE has updated its health care law to keep pace with the swift changing requirements in the sector. One of the important objectives has been to attract more talented medical professionals...
Gowling WLG
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) definition, a counterfeit medicine is "a medicine, which is deliberately and fraudulently mislabelled with respect to identity and/or source.
Clyde & Co
A series of landmark changes reflecting updates in technology, technique and the changing times have been introduced into UAE law concerning medical liability.
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BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
Traditionally, health tourism was something states sought to discourage. In 2017, this changed and countries like the United Arab Emirates (‘UAE') are implementing plans to become one of the top ten destinations for heath tourism.
STA Law Firm
People seek the assistance of professionals with the view of obtaining expert advice on matters that are beyond their proficiency or expertise.
Clyde & Co
As cyber and data risks continue to grow, understanding the exposures and finding ways to put in place preventative measures and compliance programmes are key.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
Reform of how public healthcare and related services are delivered in the Kingdom is one of the Government's most important priorities.
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
The importation of meat and poultry products into Gulf Cooperation Council ("GCC") nations, and other Islamic countries, is big business. One issue that has caused uncertainty in this important international...
Juristconsult Chambers
The 2017-2018 Budget Speech having for theme "Rising to the Challenge of our Ambitions'' was presented by The Honourable Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, Prime Minister, Minister of finance and...
Crowe Horwath
Third-party logistics companies such as Deliveroo and Talabat pose a threat to the country's food and beverage (F&B) sector, according to the chief executive of Dubai's Freedom Pizza.
Juristconsult Chambers
The key pieces of legislation governing the authorisation, marketing, sale and supply of pharmaceutical products in Mauritius are the Pharmacy Act 1983 and the Consumer Protection (Price and Supplies Control) Act of 1998.
Fred-Young & Evans
No food and related products shall be manufactured, imported, exported, advertised, sold or distributed in Nigeria unless it has been registered in accordance with the provisions of the Act and the accompanying guidelines.
Fred-Young & Evans
All aspects of pharmacy practice in Nigeria are regulated by the Pharmacists Council of Nigeria Act (1992 No. 91) ("the Act").
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