Advice To Companies Accessing The New Eurasian Union Market: ‘Choose Russia’
The Eurasian Union’s medical device regulatory system, many years in the planning, becomes mandatory in January 2022. But new amendments posted in late summer allow for national registrations to remain valid after the deadline. Moscow-based consultancy RegMT explains the background, and the likely path ahead.
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