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Korea's Health Ministry Flip-Flops Again On OTC Drug Position; Now Seeks Expanded Consumer Access

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

SEOUL - Just a few days after South Korea's Ministry of Health and Welfare announced it would not allow sales of OTC drugs at supermarkets and convenience stores, the ministry is reversing its position, saying it will now push for a revision of Korea's drug law to allow sales of OTC products in the stores
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