Those who live in developed or high-income countries are considered to be lucky. They get various government benefits and other opportunities that people living in the middle or low-income countries can only dream of. However, there is one thing that’s a concern for everyone around the world today. It’s the selling of poor quality medicines. The developed countries have strict policies and quality checks before anyone can sell medication. But despite all these regulations, you will still find low-quality medicines in the market. So, think about the condition in the rest of the world. You will be shocked to know that according to the World Health Organization (WHO) in the mid or low earning countries one in ten medicines that are sold are of low quality.