The government of Brazil is trying to recover from the poor design of their first attempt at a pharma serialization and tracing regulation, RDC-54/2013. That first regulation was at least partially suspended (see “Brazil Suspends Pharma Serialization And Tracing Requirements” and “The Official Suspension of the Three-Lot Pilot in Brazil”). Everyone seems to be operating under the assumption that the entire RDC-54-2013 will be replaced with a new regulation. Legislation to do exactly that has been slowly churning its way through the Legislature for the last 9 months. Word came last week that Continue reading Proposed Pharma Serialization Regulation Progresses in Brazil
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