Farmacias Similares and is Mexico’s low-income sector grew to $ 600 million in sales and 3,400 drugstores while deep reforms to help the poor, swept to the public health system. Adjacent to any business, for $ 2 per visit unless hospitals access to doctors for 2.3 million people per month. Says the growth of the chain, examines the reasons for the success of the company and projected pro forma financial returns. Places Farmacias Similares in the public health system of Mexico … Read more »

Farmacias Similares and is Mexico’s low-income sector grew to $ 600 million in sales and 3,400 drugstores while deep reforms to help the poor, swept to the public health system. Adjacent to any business, for $ 2 per visit unless hospitals access to doctors for 2.3 million people per month. Says the growth of the chain, examines the reasons for the success of the company and projected pro forma financial returns. Places Farmacias Similares in the context of public health in Mexico and the pharmaceutical industry.
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Michael Chu,
Regina Garcia-Cuellar
Source: Harvard Business School
26 pages.
Release Date: 12 January 2007. Prod #: 307092-PDF-ENG
Farmacias Similares: Private and public health for the base of the pyramid in Mexico HBR case solution