Huge growth potential in Indonesian medical equipment market
This article was originally published in Clinica
Substantial growth potential is identified in the Indonesian medical equipment and supplies market in a new country profile from MDIS. Despite dramatic expansion since the mid-1980s - and 10% average annual growth between 1991 and 1994 - today's $130 million market is still very small for a population which the WHO estimates at around 195 million, say the UK publishers. Family planning initiatives have curbed annual population growth to 1.8%, yet Indonesia's population - the fourth largest in the world - is poised to reach 200 million during 1996.
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