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The Chinese medtech regulatory system was a key theme at the MedTech Summit in June, where regional specialists gave updates on registration timelines and electronic submissions, and signaled how the world’s biggest market-in-waiting is speeding up its regulatory improvements in a bid to become more open and less forbidding for overseas entrants.
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