The Global Benchmarking Survey examines the interactions between industry and regulatory systems, particularly the impact of regulations on the animal health industry’s ability to be competitive and innovative. The outcome of this survey provides an invaluable wealth of information to support informed policy decisions in the continual search for best regulatory practice and opportunities for improvement.
The Europe report is the fourth in a series dating back to 1996, when the first Benchmarking Survey was conducted. The survey has been repeated every five years, and the last two surveys have included Japan, Canada and Australia, in addition to USA and Europe.
The current report updates the data for Europe in 2011, provides trend-analysis with the previous surveys, and includes comparisons with the other regions. The full report and a PowerPoint presentation of key data and conclusions can be downloaded on the right. The Executive Summary and the annexes to the report can each be downloaded as separate documents.
Powerpoint Overview of Key Findings