Vietnam Decrees Foreign-Drug Labels Be In Vietnamese
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Foreign drugs imported into Vietnam are now required to print their labels in Vietnamese under a new decree by the Ministry of Health. The foreign drug maker may print its own name and address in another language, the ministry said, but everything else must be in Vietnamese. Drug makers in violation could be subject to criminal prosecution and liability for damages suffered by patients. (Click here for more
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