UK/EU Free-Trade Deal Sees Hopes Of Mutual Recognition Of Medtech Regs Fade
“No deal” is finally off the table for the UK trade in goods, after an 11th hour deal was agreed with the EU. But for UK medtech trade and regulation, the decision effectively means a “hard Brexit.”
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