Device firms will benefit from streamlined EU e-procurement
This article was originally published in Clinica
EU public procurement by electronic means should become a reality and result in substantial savings on expenditure and transaction costs for suppliers and buyers of medical devices and diagnostics. That is the goal that the European Commission has just published an Action Plan, which it dubs an "excellent roadmap" to make e-procurement work in practice and to reap the full benefits of an enlarged Single Market.
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