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China Lifts Import Duties On Human Immunoglobulin And Vaccine

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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China's Ministry of Finance announced that the current 3 percent import duties on antiserum, human vaccines, cultured microorganisms (excluding yeast) and four types of related immunoglobulins is now lifted effective June 1 through Dec. 31. Even though the adjustment will reduce import costs, analysts see limited impact because local enterprises dominate the domestic vaccine business, while the low-priced immunoglobulin market will not attract MNCs. Many industry experts believe the policy mainly aims to meet the demands of the recent earthquake relief. However, according to the China Chamber of Commerce of Medicines & Health Products Importers & Exporters, the government's original intention is to alleviate the supply-demand conflict of products caused by a rising consumer price index. (Click here for more - Chinese Language)

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