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COA-RMLC ADDRESSES BRAND MISUSE, PRICE VARIATIONS, AND PRODUCT DISTINCTIONS

The President General of COA Research & Manufacturing Limited Company (COA-RMLC), Professor Samuel Ato Duncan, has addressed a press conference at the Exim Bank Hall, Accra. The conference aimed to clarify concerns regarding brand misuse, price variations, and the distinction between COA products. Here is a highlight of the press…

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COA-RMCL ORGANISES FREE HEALTH SCREENING FOR AKOSOMBO DAM SPILLAGE VICTIMS

COA-RMCL on Wednesday November 1st, 2023 organised a health screening exercise for residents of Mepe and Agbetikpo who were affected by the Akosombo Dam spillage. The CEO of COA-RMCL, Professor Samuel Ato Duncan said the total cost of COA products given out during the exercise was about GHS600,000. The affected…

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HCOWA Seeks Collaboration with COA Research and Manufacturing Company Limited in the Establishment of Chinese Medicinal Research Institute in the Central Region.

In a groundbreaking move toward combating malaria, a delegation from the Health Community of West Africa (HCOWA) paid a visit to the COA Research and Manufacturing Company Limited. Led by Anna Jiang, the HCOWA team outlined their ambitious plans to collaborate with COA RMCL in the establishment of a Chinese…

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PROF. DUNCAN RE-ECHOES CALL FOR BUSINESS OPERATORS TO DEVELOP GLOBAL MINDSETS

The CEO of COA Research and Manufacturing Limited Company Professor Samuel Ato Duncan has made a passionate appeal to government and stakeholders to help local businesses in the Central Region develop global mindsets as that is what will help them expand their scope of operations. Speaking at the opening ceremony…

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