Vietnam refuses to accept new registration document of Indian Company

Truong Quoc Cuong, Head of the Drug Administration of Vietnam under the Ministry of Health, decided on  December 18 to revoke registered number and not accept new registration document of XL Laboratories Pvt Company of India.

Vietnamese health authorities decided to withdraw and refuse new registration document from Idian- XL Laboratories Pvt as Indian company that has been recently found to have violated Vietnamese medicine regulations.

The Drug Administration of Vietnam recently received documents from testing units reported that Indian company produces medicine with poor quality. For instance, some drugs of the Indian company that do not meet the contents of registration dossiers already approved by the MoH include Tifaxcin-100 with registered number VN-3448-07; Tinidazole 500 mg with its registered number VN-7891-09; Kalflam with its registered number VN-1672-06; Diclofokai with its registered number VN-5689-10.

By Tuong Lam, Quoc Khanh - Translated by Uyen Phuong

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