Korea Allows Sales Of OTC Products In Supermarkets July 21, But Distribution Remains A Challenge
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
SEOUL - South Koreans are expected to be able to purchase 48 new over-the-counter products at supermarkets and conveniences stores, previously only available at pharmacies, beginning July 21, but consumers found that companies need more time to allow for the expanded distribution and manufacturing
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