FDA to assign inspectors in developing countries

01/24/2008 | NYTimes.com

The FDA is planning to send inspectors to developing countries such as India and China, and other regions like Central and South America and the Middle East, to boost the quality of food and medications that come into the U.S., FDA Commissioner Andrew C. von Eschenbach announced Thursday. The agency intends to ensure that its overseas presence will be on an "ongoing and continuous basis rather than episodic and periodic," von Eschenbach said.

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