Assobiomedica: Italy to cut medtech spending by 33% through 2014

02/5/2013 | Clinica

Italy's austerity measures could reduce medical technology spending in the country by about €4.2 billion, or 33%, between 2013 and 2014, according to Assobiomedica. The industry association's figure is significantly more than the government's €3 billion estimate and is based on a study by its Centro Studi (CSA) research group.

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