State FDA Investigator Pleads Guilty On Corruption Charges Involving RMB 1.47 Million
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Wei Liangqian, formerly a drug safety investigator and later a biopharmaceutical investigator at China's State FDA, pleaded guilty to corruption involving RMB 1.47 million Nov. 17 at the Beijing Dongcheng District People's Court
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