‘Shortcut’: Senators call out incomplete, anomalous Pharmally procurement papers

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Philstar.com September 14, 2021 | 6:36pm MANILA, Philippines — Pharmally Pharmaceutical Corp. continues to court controversy, this time over its incomplete and anomalous procurement papers which two opposition senators say show that the firm was granted alleged shortcuts by the Department of Budget and Management. Pharmally has fielded intense scrutiny in recent weeks over its bagging of pandemic contracts worth at least P8.68 billion in 2020 despite its incorporation just the year prior with a paid-up capital of just P625,000. The medical supplies it sold to the government have also been crit…

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