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Chinese Medical Device Maker Mindray Reports Global Economic Malaise Will Cap 2009 Earnings

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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SHANGHAI - Shenzhen-based Mindray Medical International Ltd reported this week that the global financial crisis had cut into the company's earnings growth for the first quarter, and lowered its revenues forecast for 2009 due to the weakened economies of the United States and Europe

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