Austrade Publishes Guide to Supplying Complementary Medicines in China

This report has been prepared by the Commonwealth of Australia represented by the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade). The guide has been developed to assist Australian companies interested in exploring the rapidly growing and evolving market in China for complementary medicines and nutritional supplements. It provides an overview of the drivers of demand, key channels of distribution and the regulatory environment that applies to these products, along with practical information about doing business in China.    Source: Austrade China Report

 

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