Italy - medical device law delayed until 1996?
This article was originally published in Clinica
Increasing doubts surround Italy's ability to transpose the European Union's Medical Devices Directive (MDD) into national law this year. The government has not yet received authority from Parliament to introduce the Directive into national law and looks unlikely to this year. At the same time rumours suggest that the Health Ministry intends to rewrite its medical devices law (transposing Directive 93/42/EEC), despite the availability of a reputable draft.
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