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EU Takes Dispute With Turkey On Localization Policy To Next Level

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After unsuccessful negotiations with Turkey on its discriminatory policies against foreign drug producers, the EU has asked the World Trade Organization to set up a dispute settlement panel to resolve the matter.

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