MTI Outlook 2020: Changing China Is Opening Up For Medtech Entrants
The barriers for health-care industry entrants into China are lowering, but still not as quickly as many medtech companies would like. New structural health-care delivery plans are instilling more confidence in a market and industry that in the past have been regarded with caution.
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