EU AWAITING MUTUAL RECOGNITION FOR INSPECTIONS, MANUFACTURER BATCH RELEASES, AMBASSADOR TELLS PhRMA; TRANSATLANTIC DIALOGUE BRINGING INDUSTRY TOGETHER
The European Union is waiting for FDA's proposal on mutual recognition of inspections and manufacturer batch releases, EU Ambassador to the U.S. Hugo Paemer told the Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America annual meeting April 15 in New York City.
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