China-Made Devices Could Offer Steep Competition By 2010, Exec Says
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Within two years Chinese brands of medical devices "will be very noticeable in the world market," says Julio A. Reategui, who directs Asia-Pacific compliance and regulatory affairs for medical imaging firm Medrad
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