Australia, New Zealand standardize rules for OTC medicines

04/21/2013 | Pharmaceutical Business Review Online

Australia and New Zealand have announced new procedures for streamlining the approval of OTC medications in both countries. The new regulations will be implemented over the next year, according to health authorities, and constitute a major step in efforts to set up a single agency that will regulate drugs and medical products in both countries.

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