WASHINGTON, Dec. 15, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On June 13-14, 2011, in Beijing, China, the Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI) will host a historic conference on food and drug law, regulation and policy in China and the United States.
Top officials from China, including Shao Mingli, Commissioner, State Food and Drug Administration, Ambassador Zhang Yesui, Chinese Ambassador to the United States, have been invited to speak at the meeting. Several U.S. government officials are expected to make major presentations at the conference, U.S.-China Food and Drug Law: Ensuring Quality, Improving Safety, Expanding Access, including:
The conference will focus on business opportunities and policy challenges in ensuring safety and promoting health for the combined U.S./China market of more than 1.6 billion consumers. More than 150 food, pharmaceutical, device, biologics, and dietary supplement manufacturers, practicing attorneys, governments officials, venture capitalists, academics and consultants are expected to attend this groundbreaking conference.
"China is destined to become an incredibly vital player in the food and drug law, regulation, policy and business community," said Minnie Baylor-Henry, chair of FDLI's Board of Directors. "With its long history of providing educational programs to all sectors of this community, FDLI is uniquely positioned to hold this landmark meeting."
The program includes sessions on ensuring the quality and integrity of the global supply chain, consumer protection, enforcement, and post-market surve
|SOURCE Food and Drug Law Institute|
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