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Common Language For Regulatory Harmonization Takes Shape In Asia, But Mutual Recognition Unlikely Anytime Soon

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Regulators, industry and health care agencies are increasingly using the same language to describe efforts at harmonization for drug approvals and manufacturing. But even though mutual recognition agreements on drug approvals are the “ultimate goal,” getting there in Asia could take a decade or more.

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