Krka’s Consecutive Growth Fuels Investment Plans
Company’s 2020 Plan Projects Sales At €1.5bn
Given the consecutive growth Krka has seen in its prescription pharmaceuticals portfolio along with an increase in overall sales, the company has announced investments of €134m in infrastructure and production facilities. This follows a €30m investment in the first half of 2020.
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