India postpones barcode requirement for pharma exports until October
This article was originally published in SRA
The Indian government has deferred implementing until 1 October a mandatory requirement for exporters of pharmaceuticals to use barcode technology on the tertiary level packaging of their products for track and trace purposes1. The original implementation date was 1 July2,3, but industry has asked for more time to comply with the requirement.
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