Estonia’s association of pharmacies EAU announced that Law Chancellor Indrek Teder has a conflict of interest, and therefore cannot participate in the debate concerning abolishing the restriction on pharmacies, reports Postimees. According to opponents, Teder conflicts might be protecting the interests of grocery retailers that hope to start selling over-the-counter drugs in in-store pharmacies.In 2005, the chancellor advised the EAU, helping them to introduce restrictions on establishing pharmacies and conducted an in-depth analysis on the subject.According to the associ...
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