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China One Step Closer To Global Standards For Drug Quality With Rollout Of New GMP Guidelines

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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SHANGHAI - China's State FDA recently issued a note to provincial FDA offices to require pharma companies and active pharmaceutical ingredient producers to file a Common Technical Document when they submit manufacturing applications as an effort to improve drug quality and research and development work in China

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