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ICH: India, Mexico And Russia Among New Observers; Benefit-Risk Guideline Adopted

This article was originally published in SRA

Executive Summary

India, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Russia and Taiwan are among the latest countries to become observers at the International Council for Harmonisation, which has been seeking to establish itself as a 'truly global platform' since undergoing major structural reforms last year1.

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