Malaysia Industry Group Sees Growing Demand For Medical Products
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
A Malaysian industry group reports that an increasing demand for medical goods has begun in the country and should continue growing before reaching its peak in late 2010. The head of the Penang Foundry & Engineering Industries Association, which includes electronics companies, said new medical device and drug-testing firms in Malaysia are expected to drive much of the demand for Penfeia member products. Just over 10 percent of the group's members make automated and laboratory equipment along with precision medical components. (Click here for more
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