Canadian market slows in 1995
This article was originally published in Clinica
Canadian sales of medical devices grew 1.1% in 1995 to around Can$3,000 million ($2,184 million), according to the results of an industry survey sponsored by Medical Devices Canada (MEDEC). Conducted by KPMG, the survey includes data from 45 companies which are estimated to account for around 35-40% of the total industry sales.
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