Supply Chain Visibility: A Regulatory Necessity and Business Imperative

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By Daniel R. Matlis

The globalization of life science products has created unique opportunities and demanding challenges for both industry and regulators.

The globalization and outsourcing of life science products began in the late 1990s. At the time, life science companies began to evaluate their core competencies and decided to outsource non-core competency functions. The primary reason for this trend was to lower costs.

Globalization has also opened new markets for life science products worldwide, with emerging economies

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