Hungary orders new X-ray machines
This article was originally published in Clinica
Three X-ray manufacturers in Hungary are reported to have been awarded government contracts worth $11 million to upgrade the country's radiology equipment. The companies are Medicor Rontgen, a Budapest-based firm which has an alliance with GE Medical Systems, Orel Orvos-es Rontgenelektronikai and Philips Magyarorszag - they will supply 54, 16 and five X-ray units respectively.
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