China denies probe of medical-device pricing

08/28/2013 | Caijing Magazine online

Chinese regulators have denied reports that its Commerce Ministry conducted an industrywide survey of prices and business practices of medical-device makers. Reuters had previously quoted an official with the China Association for Medical Devices Industry saying that such questionnaires were sent to some 3,000 domestic and foreign companies. Philips, Johnson & Johnson and Lepu denied receiving surveys or being questioned about their prices.

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