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Medtech Suppliers Still Out Of Pocket As Turkish Hospital Debt Trundles On

Even though the Turkish government has settled some of the sizeable debt owed by hospitals to medical device and pharmaceutical suppliers, industry continues to be disgruntled over not being remunerated for the full amount owed and there continues to be wrangling over how the situation should be resolved.

Turkey Market Access

Medtech Multinationals And Turkey's Electronics Giants Tackle Big Tender Offer

The Turkish government is preparing to put a significant contract for the supply of tens of thousands of advanced imaging and monitoring devices up for grabs; medtech multinationals are teaming up with local manufacturing heavyweights to increase their chances of winning this tender.

Turkey Diagnostic Imaging

Turkish Health VC Fund Will Invest In US

Turkey will found a venture capital fund to acquire promising pharmaceutical start-ups and to support Turkish researchers in the US. The initiative comes from the industry, with support from the Turkish government. It is expected to gather pace after the elections on June 24.

Turkey United States

Turkey's Alvimedica Ramps Up Global Expansion In Interventional Cardio

Turkish interventional cardiology solutions firm Alvimedica is set to expand significantly its manufacturing capacity in a bid to further strengthen its position in the global heart stents and valves sectors. The company has ring-fenced around $370m to build a new facility, and its investment will be further supported by incentives from the Turkish government.

Cardiology Companies

TRPharm Chair: 'Dr Reddy's Partnership Is Key To International Expansion'

Turkey's TRPharm, in partnership with India's Dr Reddy's, has become the first company to gain a license for an oncology biosimilar Mab product in Turkey. Chairman Mehmet Göker spoke to Scrip about the company's international expansion plans.

Turkey Biosimilars

Turkish Government Steps In To Pay Off Longstanding Debt

Turkey's financially beleaguered university hospitals can finally breathe a sigh of relief after the Turkish government has agreed to step in to help pay off most – not all – of the billion-dollar debt owed to the medtech industry.

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