Commission takes Belgium to European Court over Medical Device Directive (MDD)
This article was originally published in Clinica
The European Commission is taking Belgium to the European Court of Justice for failing to transpose the Medical Devices Directive on time. The Directive should have come into effect in the national laws of all EEA Member States by January 1st, 1995. Italy and Austria are the only other countries that have yet to transpose the Directive, though both are optimistic that their laws will be ready by December.
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