Given in Japanese joint venture with Marubeni, Suzuken
This article was originally published in Clinica
Israeli imaging company Given Imaging (Yoqneam) has entered a deal with Japan's Marubeni and Suzuken to market its ingestible camera on the local market. The three companies have formed a joint venture, Given Imaging KK, which will be given the specific remit of seeking regulatory clearance and reimbursement prior to local launch. The venture, 49% owned by the local companies, concedes it may be two years before a launch can take place.
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