Russia And Kazakhstan Press On With Medtech Regulatory Work In 2019
Russia and Kazakhstan, two prominent members of the Eurasian Economic Union, are continuing to build national medtech regulatory infrastructures, in the shadow of the forthcoming harmonized EAEU system, of which a postponement beyond 2021 has not been ruled out.
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