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China SFDA Vows To Find, Prosecute ‘Made In India’ Chinese Drug Makers

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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China's State FDA says it will investigate allegations that some drugs are being made in China for sale abroad and labeled "Made in India." The action stemmed from anti-malaria drugs seized by Nigeria's Drug Regulatory Authority, enough to treat 642,000 adults. An SFDA spokesperson said the agency is sending investigators to Chinese provinces where the drugs allegedly were made. Another official said the guilty companies would be prosecuted, but advised pharmacy companies in other countries to deal only with Chinese firms recognized by SFDA. (Click here for more
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