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Turkey: International Medtechs Demand Stable Pricing And On-Time Payments

Medtechs are reacting to Turkey’s lack of attention to the local hospital system

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Growth prospects for Turkey’s medical technology market are significant, but local companies have complained about public policies that are harmful to business and about the ongoing crisis in the hospital system. Now, international medtechs are starting to react, with some downscaling local operations and portfolios. Association of Research Based Medical Technologies Manufacturers president Umut Gokalp laid out the problems being faced by industry, and what action he thinks the government should take.

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