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ASEAN Agrees To New Regulations For Traditional Medicine

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Ten Southeast Asian nations have agreed to compile new regulations for traditional medicines and supplements to ensure safety and quality and help boost exports. Thai officials reported the action after a meeting of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. The herbal medicines are used by as much as 80 percent of the 500 million residents of the area. Five of the member countries - Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand - exported $100 million worth of the medicines within the ASEAN area in 2005. (Click here for more
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