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FDA Scrutiny Scant In India, China as Drugs Pour Into U.S.

India and China, countries where the Food and Drug Administration rarely conducts quality-control inspections, have become major suppliers of low-cost drugs and drug ingredients to American consumers. Analysts say their products are becoming pervasive in the generic and over-the-counter marketplace.

By Marc Kaufman

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