EU/Hungarian trade agreement kicks in soon
This article was originally published in Clinica
Medical device trade barriers between Hungary and the European Union will be dismantled in the next two to three months. The Hungarian government has signed a trade agreement that will allow medical devices CE-marked in the EU to be sold in Hungary without further testing and permit reciprocal benefits for Hungarian manufacturers. Implementation of the deal is dependent on both sides following their respective adoption procedures.
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