Can't pay won't pay - Italian suppliers of medtech equipment complain about mounting debt
This article was originally published in Clinica
Medical device and diagnostic companies operating in Italy are complaining that the debt situation they face now is as bad as it was in 1992. National payment delays averaged 280 days in 1997, with some regions, such as Lazio, taking over 500 days to settle their debts.
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