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EU to Soon Require New Barcodes and Anti-Tampering Devices Under FMD

This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet

Executive Summary

The European Commission has set out new packaging rules requiring manufacturers to attach “unique identifiers” to their products to thwart drug counterfeiters under the Falsified Medicines Directive. The new rule takes effect in April 2016.


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