Print Edition - FDAnews Guide to International Pharma Regulation - 2015 Edition

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In drug manufacturing, success means staying abreast of regulatory changes from Australia to Zimbabwe ... and beyond.

Impossible? Not at all.

Our editors monitor and report on regulatory developments affecting drug production in more than 22 nations around the world plus the EU. They’ve compiled more than 150 reports highlighting changes from the past year that will keep you growing in international markets.

You’ll turn to this total regulatory reference time and again in the months ahead. It’s the one-stop authority for quick, accurate answers to all your questions on the fastest-moving regulatory topics you face including:

  • EMA’s clinical trials transparency initiative
  • The EU’s clinical trial regulations
  • India’s clampdown on conduct of clinical trials, patient protections and compensation
  • Canada and EU’s major trade compact
  • Latest guidances and changes to EMA’s pharmacovigilance requirements
  • New track and trace requirements in Brazil and the U.S.
  • And dozens more key topics in pharma regulation worldwide

To compete internationally, you must comply internationally. It’s a lesson your competitors have learned. Don’t get left behind.

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