U.S. FDA To Close Office In Amman, Jordan; Says It Is Still Committed To MENA Region
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Opened as part of the globalization initiative, U.S. FDA’s presence in the Middle East and North Africa will shut down in late December in an apparent cost-cutting effort.
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