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Asia Reg Roundup: Vietnam On Track Launching New System, Plus Updates From Bangladesh, Hong Kong

Executive Summary

All eyes are on Vietnam, which is on the threshold of a new regulatory system for medical devices. But the smaller regional markets like Bangladesh and Hong Kong are giving medtechs much to think about too, as Asia Regulatory Professional Association (ARPA) secretary Jack Wong and ARQon consultant May Ng observe in this latest Asian regulatory roundup.

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