EU, US & Japan Welcome India In ‘Critical’ Pharmacopeial Harmonization Move
The Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission was the only applicant that made the grade for entry in a pilot program that was launched to assess countries that want to join the EU, US and Japan as full members of the 33-year-old Pharmacopoeial Discussion Group.
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