Last November, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) investigators peeped into the windows of a warehouse at Beijing Taiyang Pharmaceutical Industry Co. Ltd., in China and spotted numerous drums bearing the company’s label. But when investigators asked to access the warehouse, employees “barred them from entering … without a reasonable explanation.” The following day, the company gave the investigators access to the warehouse. “However, upon entry they spotted that a number of the drums had been removed and were not available for inspection. When they asked about the drums they had observed the previous day, (employees) provided no explanation of the ... Read More
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