SFDA enforcing supervision and administration of imported medical devices

On October 8, the State Food and Drug Administration issued a new guideline regulating medical device companies doing business in China, called the Circular on Standardizing the Labels and Packaging Marks of Foreign Medical Devices. Companies have until April 1, 2013 to comply.

This new guideline re...

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