As regulatory conditions internationally become more consistent and more predictable—thanks to harmonization initiatives—it's important to consider the relative administrative demands and the business potential in the strategically important markets of Benelux, the Baltics, South Africa, and Canada.
The barriers to doing business in additional geographical markets are being
reduced all the time, not least as global trading agreements are redrawn.
Global Growth Opportunities from
a Regulatory Perspective
For companies, the biggest challenge is the need to have a
single responsible person for pharmaceutical information.
By Kimty Bui-Van, ProductLife Group