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‘Regulatory Reliance’ Projects Bearing Fruit In Caribbean & Africa

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Initiatives to promote information sharing and reliance among developing country regulators are bearing fruit in the Caribbean and Africa, although much works remains to be done, according to speakers at last week’s pre-ICDRA conference in Dublin.

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