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Inflation And COVID Putting Pressure On Europe’s Paracetamol Supply Chain

Executive Summary

Inflation, new COVID-19 waves and delayed cold and flu outbreaks are causing disruption to Europe's paracetamol supply chain, according to an investigation by HBW Insight. Industry is not currently concerned, but regulators, for example in France, are introducing measures to prevent this issue spreading from children's to adult forms of the drug, as well as to ibuprofen-based alternatives.

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