US and Japan trade agreement meets with success
This article was originally published in Clinica
US manufacturers enjoyed at least a 22% share of Japanese government purchases of sophisticated medical equipment in 1995. Japanese government data, which the US government believes may be more accurate than its own, indicate a 38% US share of the government medical equipment market.
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