Belgium Imposes Selective Export Ban As COVID-19 Threatens Stocks
Hydroxychloroquine & Lopinavir/Ritonavir On The List
A number of countries are resorting to extreme measures such as export bans to preserve stocks of medicines for the COVID-19 pandemic. Belgium is among the latest to impose an export prohibition, but might it fall foul of the EU’s export regulations?
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