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Date: 19 February 2015
Medicines Australia has sought re-authorisation of the Medicines Australia Code of Conduct, which is a voluntary industry code of conduct for the prescription medicines industry in Australia.
The ACCC previously granted authorisation to edition 17 of the Medicines Australia Code of Conduct until 11 January 2015. The ACCC has now issued proposed conditions of authorisation. Our submission supports these conditions.
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Submission to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) (PDF 56 KB)
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