Ireland celebrates steady growth of device industry
This article was originally published in Clinica
The steady growth of the Irish medical device industry in the 1990s continued in 1998/99 with the sector's value increasing between 5% and 6%, says a report from the executive director of the Irish Medical Device Association (IMDA) in its 1999 annual report.
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