Vietnam Warns Drug Makers Of July 1 GMP-Compliance Deadline
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Vietnam authorities warned the country's drug makers they have until July 1 to meet Good Manufacturing Practices or their business will be suspended. The country has 174 drug makers, but only 18 have met the GMP certification standards of the World Health Organization, according to the Health Ministry. A total of 42 are GMP-certified by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. (Click here for more
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