But let's hope that the fruits come, we also think of development through us
“The year that is about to end has been really intense and difficult: for us it was worth like three years. This is due to the continuous maneuvers that have been implemented to allow our country to emerge from the economic crisis, which have always somehow involved the pharmaceutical industries".
With these words, the president of Farmindustria, Massimo Scaccabarozzi, takes stock of a 'bitter' 2012 for drug manufacturing companies, which had to deal with important measures, above all the spending review. "We expect the fruits of this difficult year to be seen in the next few years - hopes Scaccabarozzi on the sidelines of the presentation of the book 'Women's health. Analysis and intervention strategies' edited by the National Observatory on Women's Health (Onda) with the collaboration of Farmindustria - in the sense that everything feasible has been done and now we hope that we will start again with the idea of growth and development of our country, which can and must also pass through us. I look optimistic to the future and to the government that there will be, whatever color it is, because after this period of 'sorting' the accounts, I really hope that we can sit down at a table and do
I'm not saying long-term plans, but at least medium-term ones. This in order not to live another year worth three and be able to make a plan that also allows us to develop industrial plans with adequate investments for the growth of the country", he concludes.
Barbara Di Chiara – December 20, 2012 – PharmaKronos