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AdvaMed Tags China-Made Device Knock Offs As Concern At Federal Commission Hearing

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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U.S. device companies dealing in Asia worry about Chinese firms stealing American manufacturers’ intellectual property, then selling knock-offs of American devices that look similar, but are not as safe, AdvaMed’s executive VP of global strategies Ralph Ives told a U.S.-China trade commission April 3.

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