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Chinese Device Maker Mindray Expertly Navigates Global Healthcare Currents While Profits Soar

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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BEIJING - China's leading medical device developer, Mindray Medical International, reprised its role as one of the region's most adept navigators of the shifting currents of global demand in the healthcare sector as it posted a double-digit rise in net earnings for the third quarter despite the worldwide financial maelstrom

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