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China Tries To Curb Rising TCM Ingredient Prices, But Hikes Persist

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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HONG KONG - The prices of basic ingredients in traditional Chinese medicines used across China and various other countries in Asia are rising rapidly. Authorities in China have stepped in to control prices but a combination of factors, including the potential profits available in trading TCM ingredients and the growing popularity of TCM globally are driving prices upwards
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