Don’t mandate country of origin labelling: ASMI

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ASMI has said country of origin statements, graphics and visual representations should not be mandatory for therapeutic goods labels, in its submission to the Government’s review of country of origin labelling. “ASMI supports sponsors who wish to include a country of origin statement on therapeutic goods labels," Steve Scarff, ASMI regulatory and scientific affairs director

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