UAE medtech trade approaches $1bn, attracts growing US interest
This article was originally published in Clinica
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has reported a 35% increase in its medical technology trade since 2004-05, with the current trade figure standing at Dh3.5bn (US$953m).
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