Foreign sales drive German electromeds
This article was originally published in Clinica
A survey by industry association ZVEI shows that German electromedical equipment sales dipped slightly in the first half of 2006, but that the 2005 level - some E1.1-1.2bn ($1.3-1.4bn) - is expected to be achieved from domestic sales over the year as a whole. But as with other medtech industry branches in Germany, foreign sales - expected to reach E1.8bn - will provide the growth impetus.
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