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International Pharmaceutical Regulatory Monitor
October 2012 | Vol. 40 No. 10
Anti-Corruption Laws Exist, But Often Aren’t Enforced in Southeast Asia: Experts
While most Southeast Asian nations have laws spelling out the kinds of gifts and payments drugmakers can and cannot make to local healthcare providers, many struggle to enforce them when companies cross the line, experts say.
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