Mutual Recognition Agreements in the EU, Canada and Other Countries

Posted 01 March 2010 | By

Human and veterinary drugs are heavily regulated to ensure that they meet minimum requirements regarding quality and safety before being placed on the market. Historically, drug regulations were based on the same fundamental obligations of quality, safety and efficacy; however, regional differences in technical requirements have arisen over time. These differences often require time-consuming and expensive duplicate testing and inspections for international registrations.1

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