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Innovation Sources For Medical Technology Begin Shift To Emerging Markets, But Large Capability Hurdles Remain - PwC Report

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

TOKYO - The U.S. has been the main source of medical technology innovation for many years, but the growing economies and technological capabilities of countries like China and India could soon shift the balance. The leading emerging markets are already making headway in becoming innovation leaders, although they will need to overcome large caveats that are stunting the development of innovative technologies

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