Healthcare firms expand

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  • Monday, 07 Dec 2009

GEORGE TOWN: The prospects of higher domestic market demand in 2010 for medical devices and services are prompting local and multinational corporations involved in the healthcare industry to expand.

According to the Association of Malaysian Medical Industries (AMMI), the consumption of medical devices in the country is expected to grow to US$877mil in 2010 from US$826mil this year.

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