Latest Operation Pangea Prompts Asian Crackdowns
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
As part of the annual global Operation Pangea, coordinated by Interpol to crack down on counterfeit drugs and illicit online sales of medicines and medical devices, South Korea's Ministry of Food and Drug Safety has uncovered more than 800 websites that illegally sell medicines to consumers, while other Asian authorities are also taking action.
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