China currently spends $640 billion on healthcare every year, representing the most significant growth market in the world for the pharmaceutical industry. U.S. pharmaceutical companies, industry associations, and U.S. government agencies interested in learning about the Chinese approval process for foreign drugs and the postmarket monitoring process for pharmaceuticals will have the opportunity to connect with senior officials from the China Food & Drug Administration (CFDA) during the CFDA Executive Leadership Training, hosted by the U.S. Trade & Development Agency (USTDA).
The China Pharmaceutical Executive Training will advance global best practices on approving imported pharmaceuticals through knowledge sharing, networking, and deal-making.
Industry Workshop for U.S. Companies
Thursday, October 18, 2018
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The delegates from China’s Food and Drug Administration include Director level executives from Department of International Cooperation, Department of Registration, Supervision & Evaluation Department, and many more from CFDA and affiliated agencies such as the Medical Device Test Division.
Registration is required. To save your seat, please click here.
Registration and attendance is at no cost, however participation at and/or sponsorship of an event held in the United States is limited to U.S. Individuals, U.S. Firms or U.S. Consultants, each as defined in USTDA’s Nationality, Source and Origin Requirements (link to “Nationality Requirements“), in addition to invited delegates from USTDA eligible countries.
NOTE: The HCP site is undergoing renovation and may be down at times, in which case, please click here for a PDF file with more information on HCP.
PHM International is organizing this event on behalf of USTDA. For more information please contact Mr. Hank Kearney, President of PHM International at email@example.com or +1.772.388.6496 ext. 104.
|Sponsored by U.S. Trade and Development Agency
The U.S. Trade and Development Agency helps companies create U.S. jobs through the export of U.S. goods and services for priority development projects in emerging economies. USTDA links U.S. businesses to export opportunities by funding project preparation and partnership building activities that develop sustainable infrastructure and foster economic growth in partner countries.