“Cross, the S.E.C.'s corporation finance director, referring to the fast-track offering privilege.”
“The developed world has also promised some $30 billion between 2010 and 2012 in so-called "fast-track" assistance -- seen as a key part of sealing a future global deal on curbing carbon emissions.”
“Knox also said she was acquainted with Rudy Guede - an alleged accomplice already convicted of the rape and murder of Kercher at a so-called "fast-track" trial - but that she didn't remember his name.”
“Congress created this fast-track for promising drugs for unmet medical needs in 1992, but the FDA bureaucracy thinks it is too friendly to industry.”
“Also, because the agency approves 90 percent of its devices through the fast-track program, it is expected that more of those devices would be recalled.”
“Their vote came less than a week after House Republicans suffered an embarrassing defeat when the same bill was brought up under fast-track rules and failed by seven votes.”
“Devices cleared through the fast-track, or 510k, method, are often approved within 90 days, provided they are similar to devices already on the market.”
“The analysis found that 70 percent of life-threatening recalls between 2005 and 2009 involved devices cleared through the fast-track method, rather than a more rigorous system that requires medical testing.”
“Steven Nissen reiterated data from a study published this month suggesting that the FDA is clearing too many devices through a fast-track pathway designed for low-risk devices.”
“Singapore Exchange Chief Executive Magnus Bocker promised an approval of four weeks for the IPO, which was filed with the exchange Aug. 18, essentially putting the club on the fast-track route.”
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