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Facing Tougher Competition At Home, China's Mindray Should Target Global Mid- To High-end Market, Analysts Say

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Facing a new round of marketing campaigns from international device makers targeting China's low- to mid-end hospital markets, Shenzhen based Mindray Medical will be better off focusing instead on mid- to high-end global markets to stay competitive, analysts say

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