U.S. food and drug regulators will start working in China next month once Beijing gives its final approval, the top U.S. health official said Tuesday.
Leavitt said the U.S expects to
build a presence in a number of other countries, including India and those of
the Central American region. He said the safety of food and product imports is
“a global problem” driven by a rapid increase in goods being produced and
consumed across borders.
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