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Rx Reimportation Ban In Australia Free Trade Deal Questioned By Sen. Grassley

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The reimportation issue is still being debated in Congress, Grassley notes. The trade agreement calls for changes to Australia's Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, including independent review of product inclusion.

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