Medical goods market - 2018-2019. Belarus

Research company InComeIn and the legal company REVERA prepared a review of the Belarusian medical goods market.

CONTENT:

1. General characteristics of Belarusian medical goods market

Production

Imports

Exports

2. State registration of medical goods

General provisions

State registration procedure

3. Certification and declaration of conformity

4. Pricing

Maximum bulk markups

Maximum retail markups

5. Public procurement of medical goods

General provisions

Peculiarities of medical goods procurements

Applying preferential change

6. Advertising and promotion

Peculiarities of medical goods advertising

Anti-bribery restrictions

7. Regulation of medical goods turnover at the EAEU level

Registration of medical goods

Technical, clinical and laboratory trials, biological effect trials

Production of medical goods

Marking of medical goods

Rules of competition in the single market of medical goods


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