New Zealand industry aims to drive future regulatory framework
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
New Zealand’s medtech industry is gearing up for discussions with the government before the end of the year on the future of medical device regulation in the country. Faye Sumner, chief executive of medtech industry association MTANZ, gave RAJ Devices an update at the sidelines of the 2010 International Medical Device Industry Compliance Conference held in Berlin, Germany, from 3-5 May.
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