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The Outlook for Medical Devices in Western Europe
Date:7/31/2012

surgery and ensure a faster turnaround of patients. Despite recessionary pressures, market growth rates over the coming years will be positive.

A market within a market

There has been a strong growth in imports across western Europe in recent years, and imports tend to account for around 80% of the market. Most importantly,

trade between EU dominates the import market, and companies wanting to exploit the full potential of major European countries need to ensure an effective marketing and distribution network.

Other factors affecting the market's growth potential including changes in the regulatory environment or government measures such as spending controls on medical devices. The significant increase in the migratory population, along with an increasing and needy population of elderly people will see demand for medical devices and equipment maintained.

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UNITED KINGDOM

The UK has one of the largest medical device markets in the world, valued at US$9.0 billion in 2011. The domestic market vies with France as the second largest in Europe behind Germany. Per capita expenditure is equal to US$144. The UK market for medical devices is predicted to increase by 3.5% per annum to attain a value of US$10.1 billion by 2016. The growth of the UK medical device market is predominantly import-led as many domestic manufacturers are not able to rapidly adjust to changes in demand. This led to a trade deficit for the seventh year in succession in 2008. The import market has not been immune to the recession, however. It has faltered since mid 2008, and the

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