Vietnam Drug Agency Says MNCs Increasingly Violate Rules
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Vietnam's chief drug regulator accused multinational pharmaceuticals of increasingly violating the country's rules governing quality. The head of the Vietnam Pharmaceutical Management Department told a conference with the Health Ministry and foreign drug makers his agency counted 41 violations last year, compared with just 12 the previous year. Truong Quoc Cuong said 35 of the violations were committed by Indian drug makers. Vietnam now numbers 438 foreign pharmas operating in the country, up from 370 in 2007. (Click here for more
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