Japanese Trade Group Calls For Relaxation of Regulation To Boost Foreign Medical Device Import
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Aiming to erase the medical device lag in Japan, the Expert Committee on Foreign Direct Investment to Japan, a trade and economic promotional organization, released a proposal to increase efficiency in the medical device review and approval process. The committee calls for an increased budget to strengthen the workforce and reduce unnecessary ministerial level reviews for some foreign devices. The committee also calls to revise operational rules of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare's Food and Drug Safety Council, which controls the final phase in a review process. The summary will be submitted to the Council on Economy and Fiscal. (Click here for more - Japanese language) "Expert Committee Calls For Relaxation In Regulation To Boost Foreign Medical Device Entry" - Sankei News (4/18/08)
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