A BATTLE FOR MANTAIN THE GREEK FARMACY AS A HUMANCENTRIC PHARMACY
This video presents the changes proposed from the Greek government to allow large corporations from abroad to open and/or buy hundreds of pharmacies in Greece. The current law prohibits a common merchant from opening a pharmacy or owning a percentage of a pharmacy. This prevents having pharmacy owners who take decisions based purely of profit. The decisions should be made on medical reasons only, something that a merchant and not a scientist would probably not do. The Greek society would not benefit from supermarkets controlling the drugs market. This is something that already applies for all other products sold in super markets in Greece, where almost everything is sold almost 30% higher than in Germany or other European countries.
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