New imaging lease venture sets up in Tokyo:
This article was originally published in Clinica
A joint venture company specialising in the lease of MRI, CT, ultrasound equipment and other medical devices has been set up in Tokyo, Japan, by local company Diamond Lease and US medical equipment lease company DVI (Pennsylvania). Diamond Medical Finance will compete for a share of the ¥28.3 billion ($2.45 billion) Japanese medical equipment lease market, reports Clinica's local correspondent. The market expanded by 14.8% in 2001.
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