Hungarian manufacturers need new trade agreement
This article was originally published in Clinica
The new trade agreement between Hungary and the EU is very good news for Hungarian manufacturers of medical equipment since they have to rely on exports to survive. The agreement has just come into force and means that EU and Hungarian manufacturers are spared the need for additional testing when marketing products in each other's countries.
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