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Region: Central America
Category: Pharmaceuticals

Central America Pharmaceuticals

(42 reports matching your criteria)
  • Guatemala Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2018

    ... of underdevelopment, commercial incentives for foreign drugmakers to further expand in Guatemala's pharmaceutical market will remain mainly restricted to low-cost generic drugs. Meanwhile, high levels of bureaucracy and corruption, combined with a moderate level of ... Read More

  • El Salvador Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2018

    ... in a wide range of health infrastructure, resulting in advances to the standard of care in hospitals which are benefitting from the wider availability of state-of-the-art equipment. Pharmaceutical consumption is also being driven by a ... Read More

  • Panama Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2018

    ... Gradual improvements in the health system management and drug regulation will likely reduce recurrent shortage of medicines over the next few quarters. Meanwhile, the robust business environment (by regional standards), and the strategic role of ... Read More

  • Costa Rica Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2018

    ... This status is supported by theimprovement in healthcare infrastructure facilities, universal access and an attractive business environmentthat allows easy access to market. Overall, we envisage no major multinational initiatives to expand theiractivities in Costa Rica, ... Read More

  • Nicaragua Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2018

    ... for medicine will be driven by improvements in healthcare services, supportedby government investments. However, multinational drugmakers will continue to be deterred by thecountry's small market size and low levels of drug affordability among the population. Read More

  • Honduras Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Q1 2018

    ... and low levels of affordability limit innovative medicine sales. Although Honduras' developing economy is expected to generate some positive opportunities for foreign drugmakers over the long term, interest will remain limited for the aforementioned reasons. Read More

  • Cough, Cold and Allergy (Hay Fever) Remedies in Guatemala

    ... them to minimise the symptoms of coughs, colds or allergies and maintain an active lifestyle. Sales of these remedies usually grow during the rainy season in Guatemala which brings strong climate changes every day and ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Guatemala

    ... regular day. Guatemala City has grown so much that it is no longer feasible for people to return home for lunch and this has promoted bad eating habits as consumers usually eat more away from ... Read More

  • Analgesics in Guatemala

    ... brand to gain brand recognition and fidelity, since consumers are worried about trying new products. Once they use an analgesic that works for them, they do not switch to any other brand. This is the ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Guatemala

    ... the market, who base their purchasing decision on price which is the main reason they tend to prefer generic remedies; and brand loyal consumers, more common in the middle to upper end of the market, ... Read More

  • Dermatologicals in Guatemala

    ... themselves or for their families. The use of natural ingredients in dermatological products, such as chamomile, tea tree oil or aloe vera, makes the products more appealing to women, since they trust that they are ... Read More

  • Herbal/Traditional Products in Guatemala

    ... are still very common in the country, mainly among middle- and lower-class consumers. The faster pace of life and having less time to prepare these remedies is an added benefit to sales, since consumers trust ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Costa Rica

    ... for planning their weekly meals. In such context a large portion of low- and middle-income buyers keep adapting to an increasing consumption of ultra-processed and fast foods, usually lacking the nutrients found in natural whole ... Read More

  • Dermatologicals in Costa Rica

    ... very common amongst the local population in 2017, particularly in warm and unventilated body areas, such as feet and the perianal region. The same conditions contributed to vaginal infections, where candida control treatments continued to ... Read More

  • Digestive Remedies in Costa Rica

    ... compromising the natural performance of their digestive tracts at different levels. As a result, we continue to see a rising prevalence of different types of digestive disorders, some being harder to diagnose and treat as ... Read More

  • Herbal/Traditional Products in Costa Rica

    ... middle- and upper-income consumers are seeking natural options when required to treat specific health conditions, ranging from seasonal colds to digestive disorders. As products claiming to have natural ingredients continue to gain popularity, a broader ... Read More

  • Analgesics in Costa Rica

    ... of pain symptoms and health conditions. Recurrent and chronic migraine, arthritis, contracted muscles and menstrual pain relief claims continue to gain popularity, whilst other types of segmentation, including child-orientated products, along with dental and abdominal-related ... Read More

  • Cough, Cold and Allergy (Hay Fever) Remedies in Costa Rica

    ... rainy season, which goes from May to December. Sudden temperature variations along with high levels of humidity (as well as other environmental triggers and air contamination) often set the right conditions for viruses and proliferation ... Read More

  • Guatemala Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Report Q4 2017

    ... to weigh on business sentiment in the near term. In fact, corruption allegations against administration officials will continue to undermine government efforts to boost growth through infrastructure development projects, translating into limited bidders for public ... Read More

  • El Salvador Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q4 2017

    ... of Health's efforts to solicit outside assistance to bolster healthcareprovision in all quarters of the country. Despite improvements in the regulatory environment since TheMedicines Law of El Salvador was approved in 2012, steady multinational FDI ... Read More

  • Costa Rica Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q4 2017

    ... medical tourism destination and expandinghealthcare infrastructure that will need to cater to its gradually ageing population. However, the smallmarket size will continue to hamper its growth potential as well as its relative attractiveness. Headline Expenditure ... Read More

  • Nicaragua Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q4 2017

    ... of the overallmarket is among the smallest in Central America and is limited by a largely low-income population with astrong preference for traditional medicines. Furthermore, weak drug regulatory framework and poorhealthcare infrastructure will dampen multinational ... Read More

  • Honduras Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q4 2017

    ... weak regulatory environment and low levels of affordability will hold back innovativemedicine sales. We expect low-cost generic medicines will continue to dominate the market as thegovernment looked to improve healthcare coverage within a limited budget. ... Read More

  • Panama Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q4 2017

    ... by regionalstandards, Panama will continue to create commercial opportunities for foreign drugmakers given risingdemand for chronic disease treatment and the limited local drug manufacturing capacity. However, genericmedicine usage will remain relatively high despite high spending ... Read More

  • Vitamin D Testing Market Analysis By Type of Test (25-Hydroxy Vitamin D Tests; 1, 25-Dihydroxy Vitamin D Tests), Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South & Central America, MEA), And Segment Forecasts, 2014 - 2025

    ... 2025 The global vitamin D testing market is expected to reach USD 1.1 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. Global increase in geriatric population as well as cases ... Read More

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