Industry focuses on need for single voice in Europe
This article was originally published in Clinica
The creation of a single European trade association remains high on the European medical device industry's agenda at the start of 1999. The International Association of Medical Prosthesis Manufacturers (IAPM) and the European Confederation of Medical Device Associations (EUCOMED) are due to hold discussions on January 19 aimed at merging the associations. EUROMCONTACT, representing the contact lens industry, will also be present. The original goal had been to have a new organisation by the end of 1998.
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