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China Broadens Scope Of Counterfeit Drugs For Criminal Prosecution, But Definition Still Murky

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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SHANGHAI - China recently broadened its criminal definition of counterfeit drugs to include all counterfeits, not just those that cause damage to human health. The revised Criminal Law opens more manufacturers of counterfeit drugs to criminal prosecution and makes prison terms mandatory for guilty parties

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