Reimbursement, Vaccine Issues Dominate EU Group's Korea Concerns
Pharma-related regulatory issues are dominant in the latest annual White Paper from the EU Chamber of Commerce in Korea, accounting for 22 of the 96 concerns raised across 18 industries that will be shared with ministries. Quality of life issues around drugs for chronic disorders, risk-sharing agreements, reimbursement and vaccine policies are some of the key questions raised.
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