Myanmar Warns Public Against Illegally Imported Drugs
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Health authorities in Myanmar warned the public against buying certain Thailand-made drugs the Myanmar government said were illegally imported. The country's health officials are beefing up their oversight of drugs and foods sold in Myanmar, formerly known as Burma. The country now imports $100 million worth of pharmaceutical products a year, up in 2007 by 25 percent over the previous year. (Click here for more
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