Are China Hospital Purchases Slowing? Ask Mindray
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
China’s largest medical device maker surprised everyone by posting overall second-quarter net revenue growth of 9 percent, to $334.5 million, amid challenging market conditions. It expects a further recovery in the second half, but conditions at home remain difficult.
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