Smith & Nephew Blames Competition, Katrina For Low Orthopedic Sales
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Smith & Nephew will lower its 2005 revenue guidance to account for the dual impact of new orthopedic products from competitors and Hurricane Katrina
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