AdvaMed Solidifies Its Presence In China
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The association expects China's official recognition of its Shanghai office will make it easier to establish partnerships with Chinese authorities and will provide its members with more opportunities to engage on policy issues in the country.
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