February 3, 2023

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Alberto Romers dies: He led one of the most important pharmaceutical companies in Argentina

At the age of 96, legendary Businessman Alberto RomersWho knows who leads Pharmaceutical company Romers Lab. According to the traditional annual report Forbes magazine 2021 – a publication specializing in the world of business and finance – was considered One of the richest people in the country. By finishing fifth with Net worth $2.4 billion.

As far as you know NationIts Alejandro is the writer’s son He had made the comment weeks ago when he presented his thriller Download as needed, his father was studying medicine and was in “good” health. The writer, who has been vacationing in Ibiza these days, starts to return to Buenos Aires today to say goodbye to his father.

roemmers was Four childrenAmong them Died in early December 1998 while participating in a paragliding championship. Christian was 30 years old when he fell to his death on one of the slopes of Cerro Argo, located in the first foothills west of Gran Mendoza.

Rommers at the last minute according to last April’s Forbes magazine edition Rising from 1,444th place to 1,292nd richest in the world in 2021. His company developed well-known drugs such as Lotreal (enalapril), Amoxicillin (amoxicillin) and Sertal (propinox).

The Romers Lab Founded in 1921 by the businessman’s father, who died in 1921, he was originally from Lennep, Germany, and was looking for new frontiers in Argentina. Today, the company is one of the most advanced companies in the world in the field of pharmaceuticals.

As reported on the company’s official website, Rommers markets 57 million units annually in the country, including a significant number of non-commercial models for medical professionals. The company has more than 1,000 collaborators including medical professionals, biochemists, chemists, pharmacists and engineers of different orientations.

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