Hovid gets manufacturing licence for Ipoh factory


The licence, given yesterday, enables the company to resume its operations

PETALING JAYA: Healthcare and pharmaceutical company Hovid Bhd has received a manufacturing licence for its Ipoh plant.

The licence, given yesterday, enables the company to resume its operations.

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