Spain to raise medtech QA with foreign inspections
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
Spain’s medicines and healthcare products regulator, the AEMPS, is to establish a programme for inspecting the manufacturing standards of foreign suppliers. The measure is part of a four-year strategic plan unveiled last week by the agency during an event to mark its tenth anniversary1.
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