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Taiwan Seeks Regulation Of Imported Chinese Medicines

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

A series of Taiwan and Chinese trade discussions are expected to take up Taiwan's desire to regulate traditional Chinese medicines as part of a group of issues the two countries are considering. Taiwan's Department of Health minister told a legislative committee the government hopes to use a selection of the Chinese medicines for priority consultations. An estimated 90 percent of Chinese medicines Taiwanese import are made in China and 80 percent of those are usually directly by consumers. (Click here for more



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