Japan Makes Quick Progress On Device Reviewer Hiring Pledge
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Japan has already hired 12 of the 13 new device reviewers it pledged to add by year end, bringing its total to 47 as of April, according to a July 6 report. U.S. device industry reps are pleased
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