I was more than a little disappointed when I saw that SecuringIndustry.com had beaten me in a race to publish an essay/article about the new crazy serialization and traceability requirements published last week by the government of India. That was to be my topic for next Monday. But after reading their excellent coverage—received just as I was sitting down to begin writing—I felt better. At least I had not yet started writing! Don’t miss Phil Taylor’s excellent coverage and his link to the source regulation. See if you agree how crazy it is. The deadlines are now Continue reading India’s Pharma Export Regulations Update And The NECC Story
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