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Brazil Keen on AIDS Drug Plant in Mozambique

May 5, 2003

Brazilian state TV reports that Minister of Foreign Affairs Celso Amorim said that Brazil has an interest in manufacturing antiretroviral drugs in Mozambique. "The manufacturing issues will be further discussed at top levels between our two governments," said Amorim. On Friday, Amorim met with Mozambique's President Joaquim Chissano and Minister of Health Francisco Songane in discussions that were expected to lead to further cooperation between the two countries in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Brazil has defied international pharmaceutical companies by producing relatively cheap generic versions of antiretrovirals. Brazil has been cooperating in this area with Mozambique for three years, mainly in the training of medical staff.

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Associated Press
05.03.03; Emmanuel Camillo


  
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This article was provided by CDC National Prevention Information Network. It is a part of the publication CDC HIV/Hepatitis/STD/TB Prevention News Update.
 
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