Cambodia destroys more than 130 tons of counterfeit drugs, products

Cambodia on Thursday destroyed more than 130 tons of counterfeit medicines and products that it had seized last year and early this year, a senior official said.

The ceremony was held at a dumpsite on the southwestern part of Phnom Penh under the presence of Health Minister Mam Bunheng.

Meach Sophana, secretary of state at the Ministry of Interior and chairman of the government’s Counter Counterfeit Committee, said at the event that the destroyed items included 225 types of expired drugs, inferior traditional medicines, counterfeit cosmetic products and inferior foodstuffs.

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