NEW GPC INC’s new Xcite tablets have been creating a buzz on the local market, with its users hailing its performance and overall benefits.Xcite is NEW GPC’s brand of sildenafil citrate, which is used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED). Xcite can be used by adult men of all ages once prescribed by a doctor.Following the product’s launch at GuyExpo 2016 and the 2016 pharmacist convention, there has been a significant increase in its popularity.Xcite is available in three strengths: 25mg, 50mg and 100mg, and should be taken as prescribed.“Customer satisfaction is vital. After all, as a pharmaceutical company, we are concerned about the total health and well-being of our customers and their overall happiness,” NEW GPC’s Marketing Manager, Trevor Bassoo remarked.He said while NEW GPC was committed to making the product available and accessible, the company was equally promoting its safe use and adherence to prescriptions.“Of course, we are always concerned about the safety of our consumers, and we have embarked upon a campaign aimed at not only highlighting what the benefits of the product are, but also how it should be used, as well as general precautions that should be taken,” he explained.
The Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) will on Tuesday (July 18) Liberia’s first-ever National Revenue Symposium, to engage with taxpayers and other stakeholders. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is expected to deliver an opening statement and also serve as a moderator at the symposium, held in Monrovia.According to an LRA press release, the pending symposium aims to: Raise awareness on the importance of Domestic Resource Mobilization; engage with stakeholders on a Domestic Resource Mobilization strategy; and gather taxpayer’s feedback on revenue administration in the country.The symposium also will bring together major stakeholders from across the country as well as representatives of international partners and multilateral bodies including the UN, World Bank, ECOWAS, African Development Bank, USAID, EU and the African Tax Administrative, among several others.In addition, the Revenue Symposium will also serve as the platform to launch the LRA’s Five-Year Corporate Strategic Plan as quick action in fostering effective tax administration for mobilizing resources domestically.The LRA and the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP), with support from the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), will host the one-day National Revenue Symposium at the City Hall of Liberia under the theme “Domestic Revenue Mobilization.”According to the release, during the symposium, findings from four regional dialogues on domestic resource mobilization held last year and early 2017 will be presented to stakeholders. The National Revenue Symposium is an opportunity to hear what the people are saying about tax administration in Liberia and to put forth suggestions for the domestic resource mobilization strategy for the country.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)