APAC Regulatory Roundup: Infectious Disease A Common Theme As COVID Lingers
Diverse Policy, Regulatory Activity
A roundup of key regulatory and policy developments in the Asia-Pacific in the first half of the year reveals broad developments across the region's diverse markets, although there seemed to be a common thread - a renewed focus on infectious diseases amid the lingering impact of the pandemic and the emergence of new threats.
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