Brazil to unveil further medtech manufacturing incentives
This article was originally published in Clinica
Brazil is close to unveiling measures aimed at further supporting national medtech production, as part of an ongoing drive to reduce the healthcare trade deficit. A series of "impact measures", in the form of federal legislation and "political initiatives", to strengthen the country's industrial fabric, are being finalised, according to the health ministry.
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