The country's biopharmaceutical industry needs to tighten quality control measures and maintain its own standards to overcome barriers in overseas markets as well as secure an emerging domestic one, officials have said.

"Quality problems in food and pharmaceutical products will have a lethal effect on consumer confidence. The melamine-tainted milk scandal provided a negative example," Liu Zhanglin, deputy head of the China Chamber of Commerce for the Import and Export of Medicines and Health Products, said at the Cross-Straits BioPharmaceutical Forum on Saturday.


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