Research on veterinarian components Recognition, November 2012

The study was conducted to examine the feasibility of reforming the importation of veterinary vaccines from foreign countries without a complete quality examination in the target country by adopting models of “unilateral recognition”. This study examines such models in Canada and New Zealand, while examining the background for their installation, the manner of implementation and the context in which they operate.
The study examined the scope of application of the model (in relation to which ingredient), and includes a reference to the special relationship between the acknowledging state and the registering state; the harmony in the standards of those countries; the registration process and its subordination to regulatory discretion and supervision. The study discusses the empirical findings that were generated from in-depth interviews conducted with regulators and industry entities.

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