Device companies face sales limits in France
This article was originally published in Clinica
Medical device manufacturers marketing in France may soon have their sales curbed by law. The French government has decided that the best way to regulate spending on medical devices, which it claims is rising by 15% a year, is through contracts with the industry which could require manufacturers to return a percentage of their sales, above specified limits, to the state.
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