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    • PORTUGAL FECOFAR- Federation of Pharmaceutical Distribution Cooperatives FECOFAR-
    • Market and Organization Description Country Legislative Framework Description of the Sector (Facts&Figures) SWOT analysis of the Cooperative movement in the Pharmacy Sector Priorities and Strategies
    • 10 Million Habitants 2 800 Pharmacies 698 Para-Pharmacies 7 Full-Line Wholesalers Full- (2008)- Market Value (2008)- 2.822 M. € Generics Market(2008) - 516 M. €
    • PLURAL Concentration among Cooperatives FECOFAR Market Share Plural COOPROFAR 9,16% Farbeira, Cofarbel and COFANOR 8,32% Farcentro merged in 2008 UDIFAR 18,06% TOTAL 35,54% UDIFAR Codifar and União Farmacêuticos de Portugal merged in 2009
    • 2.900 10% Milhões 9,4% 2.822 9% 2.794 2.800 8% 2.700 7% 2.645 6% 2.600 5,6% 2.546 % Growth 5% 4,7% 2.500 4% 3,9% 2.413 3% 2.400 2% 2.300 1% 1,01% 2.200 0% Y 2004 Y 2005 Y 2006 Y 2007 Y 2008 Ims_2008 Market Growth (%) Market Value (Million Euros)
    • 2005 Portaria 618-A/2005, 27th July and Portaria 826/2005, 14th September: - 1ª medicine price reduction and wholesalers commercial margin reduction Decreto-Lei 134/2005, 16th August and Portaria 827/2005, 14th September - OTC’s out of Pharmacy
    • Portaria 618-A/2005, 27th July and Portaria 826/2005, 14th September 618- 1st medicine price reduction (- 6%) Wholesaler --- 8% ----------» 7,45% 1st wholesaler commercial margin decrease Pharmacy --- 20% ----------» 19,5% Decreto-Lei 134/2005,16th August and Portaria 827/2005, 14th September Decreto- OTC’s out of Pharmacies Decreto-Lei 235/2006, 6th de Dezembro Decreto- The installation, opening and working of private pharmacies in public hospitals of our National Health Service. It also defines the rules to concession by public competition. These pharmacies are outside the rules of capitation and distance. They are placed in hospitals that are the main centers of prescription and they are open 24 hours a day. This legislation is actually being questioned, in both National and European courts.
    • Pharmacy New Legal Regime (Decreto-Lei 307/2007, 31st August and Portarias 1427, 1428, 1429, 1430/2007, 2nd November) a. Free Pharmacy Ownership (excluded Industry, Doctors and Wholesalers and limit of 4 pharmacies per person/company) b. Medicines over the Internet (Pharmacys are permitted to sell some medicines from direct requests over the internet) c. New Services at Pharmacy d. Geographic Restrictions (minimum distance between Pharmacies reduced from 500m to just 350m) e. Population Restrictions (minimum population to be served per Pharmacy decrease from 4000 to 3500)
    • Portaria 30-B/2007, 5th de Janeiro, art.º 3º, a) e b) Wholesaler --- 7,45% ----------» 6,87% 2ª medicine price reduction (- 6%) Pharmacy --- 19,50% ----------» 18,25% 2ª wholesaler commercial margin decrease Medicines Policy Price 30% reduction on Generics (October 2008) Generic Market Share: 20% Generics Price Reduction: - 30% Global Market Impact: - 6% GLOBAL MARKET IMPACT: - 6%
    • Pre- Wholesalers Manufactures 7 Full-Line Wholesalers (89,44% MS) 280 Companies Wholesalers Pharmacies 2800 Pharmacies
    • Chain of Pharmacies Free Pharmacy Globalization New Pharmacy Values Ownership Finantial Crises (Subprime)
    • • Independent Commerce (Pharmacy) • Restricted Access to Capital Factor • Cooperative loyalty and sense of belonging • Free Pharmacy Ownership • European Cooperative movement • Legal cooperative model • Market’s Globalization Market’ • Market’s Globalization Market’ • Deregulation of Pharma Sector • European Cooperative movement/network • Economic Environment (Finantial Crisis) • International scale • Chain of Pharmacies • Innovative cooperative legal solutions • New Pharmacy Values • Pharmacy liberalization
    • Economic & Financial level Loobing for legal frame changes Innovative by law solutions Commercial & Marketing Level Support Independent Pharmacy and Network of Independent Pharmacies Operational level Market Share growth and competitiveness Markets Globalization (European Network)
    • Thank you very much for your attention FECOFAR- Federation of Pharmaceutical Distribution Cooperatives FECOFAR- Filipa Godinho Farinha General Secretary E-mail: fecofar@net.sapo.pt Phone: (00) 351 21 838 08 65