Contrast media league table illustrates European domination
This article was originally published in Clinica
An examination of the leading contrast media players illustrates the extent to which European companies dominate the world market after last year's spate of US acquisitions. Once the 1994 deals are included, European manufacturers account for 84% of the world market which was worth about $3,300 million in 1993. Prior to the takeovers the Europeans' share was just below 60%.
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