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FDAnews Device Daily Bulletin
June 14, 2012 | Vol. 9 No. 117
Malaysia to Require Registration of All Medical Devices Starting in November
Devicemakers doing business in Malaysia must register their products, beginning in November, a Medical Devices Control Division (MDCD) official confirmed. Manufacturers and importers who fail to register their devices before November 2014 will face a maximum penalty of about $63,000, three years imprisonment or both. A website is under development for manufacturers to register their products online and for patients and retailers to check if devices are banned or not registered with the government.
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