According to the bank website, the project consists of a loan, with a tenor up to 6 years including a 1.5 year grace period. The new CAPEX plan will consolidate the market position of the Group, allowing it to acquire pharmaceutical licences and expand its pharmacies network together with the continuation of its retail outlets refurbishment program. In the same time, it supports the further development of its wholesale business through the purchase of equipment required by the extension of its warehouse network as well as the the development of its own transport services capacity.
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