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Insider Analysis From Asia Pacific Bio Intelligence LLC On China State FDA’s Medical Device Regulations

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

For China’s State FDA, 2011 was a banner year, with regulations released on good manufacturing practices for both drugs and devices. Multinational companies should take notice and be sure their operations are in compliance.

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