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Sri Lanka plans to import more drug items from country’s leading drug manufacturer Beximco Pharmaceuticals Limited (BPL).

Bangladesh's leading drug manufacturer Beximco Pharmaceuticals Ltd (BPL) has formally commenced marketing its products in Sri Lanka.

Beximco Pharmaceuticals Limited, a leading manufacturer of generic pharmaceutical formulation products, active pharmaceutical ingredients and intravenous fluids in Bangladesh, today issues a trading update prior to the end of its financial year on 31 December 2005.

Bangladesh's leading anti-AIDS drug manufacturer Beximco Pharmaceuticals Limited observed the World AIDS Day today by sensitising people about the deadly AIDS.

In a major breakthrough in the private sector, Beximco Pharma today made its debut on the London Stock Exchange as trading started at 8 am making Beximco the first Bangladeshi company to be listed in the world's most prestigious bourse.

Beximco Pharmaceuticals Ltd (BPL) has received "SAARC Country Gold Award-2005" from Sri Lanka's premier chamber, Ceylon National Chamber of Industries (CNCI). Mr. Nazmul Hassan, Chief Executive Officer of Beximco Pharmaceuticals Ltd., received the award from Mr. Macky Hasim, President of the SAARC Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

Cardiff hero Mohammad Ashraful who scored the defiant hundred for Bangladesh against world champions Australia will be honoured by Beximco Pharmaceuticals in a move that will also recognise fellow Tigers in the victorious team.

In an ambitious expansion scheme, a top Beximco company today (Thursday) unveiled plans to raise UK £ 27 million - nearly 315 crore taka - through an instrument called global depository receipt (GDR) from the United Kingdom . The stock is ready for launch next month.

The High Court today (May 2, 2005) directed Beximco Pharmaceuticals and Beximco Infusions to hold an extra-ordinary general meeting (EGM) on June 2, 2005 to get approval of their shareholders for an ambitious 'amalgamation scheme'.

Beximco Pharma Ltd. (BPL) and Dutch Bangla Bank Ltd. (DBBL) signed an agreement on 18th April, 2005 under which BPL would supply ARV (Anti Retro Viral) drugs to DBBL for 23 AIDS patient of Bangladesh.