GE Deal As Turkey Manages Medtech Investment For New Hospitals
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
As a huge government hospital construction project continues in Turkey, the medical technology sector is moving in to meet market demand, with General Electric Healthcare signing a deal for provision of equipment to two facilities. The new hospitals are expected to create a large new market for the sector, a new policy incentives and requirements are planned.
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