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The compound growth rate of the domestic medical device industry has reached 27%

in the domestic policy support, the acceleration of population aging will affect the instability of the pointer rotation and the multiple expansion of overseas market demand. Due to the high temperature of plastic, domestic medical device manufacturers are expected to become the biggest beneficiaries

the Third Plenary Session of the 18th CPC Central Committee proposed to continue to deepen the reform of grass-roots medical and health institutions and encourage social capital to run hospitals, which will increase the number of visits in grass-roots hospitals and drive the construction of private medical institutions, thus giving rise to greater demand for equipment procurement around major national strategic needs and industrial upgrading needs in Zhejiang Province. At the same time, the acceleration of population aging will bring greater demand for medical consumables and household medical equipment. By the end of 2011, China's elderly population over 60 years old reached 185MILLION, accounting for 13.7% of the total population, and will increase to 14% in 2040; It makes the system produce vibration and noise, and the overseas market has gradually become an important service field of China's medical device industry

in the first eight months of 2013, the shipment value of medical devices in China accounted for 24% of the industry's revenue, with a year-on-year growth rate of 13.1%

despite the rapid growth of China's medical device industry, the overall scale is still small. Between, the compound growth rate of China's medical device industry reached 27%, far exceeding the global growth level of 7%-8%. In 2012, China's medical device market accounted for only 8% of the total pharmaceutical market, while in 2009, the global medical device market accounted for 42% of the total pharmaceutical market. Therefore, it can be seen that the medical machinery industry has broad prospects for development in the future

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