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Eucomed targets trade barriers in new EU members:

This article was originally published in Clinica

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Market access hurdles in Poland and the Czech Republic were among the priorities issues identified by Eucomed's Enlargement Focus Group (ENL) at a meeting on November 18. ENL is concerned in particular about mandatory notification in Poland involving notarised documents and authorised translations. Another issue is the Czech requirement for notarised copies and notification requested for reimbursement purposes. The ENL has also identified as a priority encouraging the realisation of trade agreements between the EU and the second wave entry countries, Bulgaria, Romania and Croatia in medical devices prior to their accession, planned for 2007. These trade agreements are know as PECAs (Protocols to the Europe Agreement on Conformity Assessment and Acceptance of Industrial Products).

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