High Court Rules Against India Device Maker In Procurement Case
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
A high court in India’s financial hub of Mumbai ruled in favor of a state's interest in procuring coronary stents through a bidding system, rejecting a challenge by Vascular Concepts, which makes and imports the stents and other devices.
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