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South Korea’s Health Ministry Takes Narrow View On OTC Sales, Limiting Products Like J&J’s Tylenol

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

After nearly two years of debate, South Korea’s health ministry will allow 13 OTC products to be sold in 24-hour convenience shops, but excludes most supermarkets.


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