Six-Month Delay For Russia’s Track And Trace System
Not Surprising, In Light Of European Precedent
Russia’s new drug traceability system won’t now be implemented until July, but companies that are ready and able are being encouraged to put the system through its paces in order to flush out any glitches.
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