Japan’s Olympus To Build Medical Equipment Plant In Eastern Europe
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Japan's Olympus, which recently bought medical equipment maker Gyrus Group of Britain, plans to build a plant in the Czech Republic to make surgical equipment. The plant would be the first of Olympus in Eastern Europe. Olympus President Tsuyoshi Kikukawa said the firm was considering more acquisitions, including health counseling services, to help build its medical business. (Click here for more
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