France Should Allow Supermarket Sale Of OTCs And Relax Pharmacy Ownership Rules, Says Competition Authority
The French competition authority recommends OTC sales should be permitted outside pharmacy, while more should be done to promote online sales. Furthermore, pharmacy ownership restrictions should be relaxed, the authority says in its wide ranging enquiry into competition in the country's medicines sector.
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