Indonesia Decree Requiring Foreign Drug Makers To Build Local Plants “Disastrous”
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Executive SummaryPERTH, Australia - A decree issued by Indonesia's health minister earlier this month requiring foreign drug manufacturers to build manufacturing plants in the country, or leave, would be disastrous to the industry, an industry leader said
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