France calls into question pharmacies' monopoly

Report calls for an end to chemists' monopoly on the sale of certain drugs such as aspirin, which could then be sold on supermarket shelves.

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In a recent report on regulated professions in France, the General Inspection of Finance (GIF) recommends that pharmacies should no longer have a monopoly on the sale of certain drugs, reports RFI.