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China, U.S. Agree On Ensuring Defective Drugs Not Sent to U.S. (China)

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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U.S. and Chinese drug authorities reached an agreement at a summit meeting on safety issues designed to ensure China will not export defective food or drugs to the United States. The drug and medical equipment agreement also requires U.S. authorities to notify Chinese counterparts of recalls, warning letters and reports on adverse side effects. The two sides also agreed to joint investigations by their respective FDAs of suspected companies when defective products are discovered. Implementation details are to be worked out over the next four months. (Click here for more ) "Pact On Drugs, Equipment Safety Inked" China Daily (12/13/07)
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