34 Taiwan pharma firms sent packing in food plant production scam
This article was originally published in Scrip
Contracting out may be an integral part of the pharmaceutical industry, but a group of companies in Taiwan that took things too far in an effort to cut costs is now paying the price, having also dented the east Asian island's efforts to improve drug quality.
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