Poor Profits: European Medtech Leaders Turn Less Optimistic
European medtech companies are anticipating lower profits in 2019 according to an industry survey by Simon-Kucher & Partners. The overall business expectations of respondents was significantly less optimistic than previous years due to a range of factors.
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