Morocco device market made up mainly of imports:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Moroccan medical device market is worth some E52.2m ($52m), of which E35m is accounted for by imports. The private sector represents 15% of this market, with the remainder represented by the public sector, according to a feature in Snitem Info, the French medical device industry association magazine. Domestic manufacturing is minimal, with most being in the areas of medical furniture and disposables. Local manufacturers are represented by the Association Professionelle du Materiel Biomedical. There are some 40 distributors offering a "quality service".
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