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Is Medtronic going after India's largest med-tech company?

A respected Indian business publication is reporting that Medtronic is negotiating with an Indian medical technology company to make a strategic investment in it. Trivitron Healthcare is reportedly India’s largest med tech company. The Fridley-based company has not commented specifically on the deal, however, CEO Omar Ishrak has made no secrets about his interest in India.
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A respected Indian business publication is reporting that Medtronic is negotiating with an Indian medical technology company to make a strategic investment in it. Trivitron Healthcare is reportedly India’s largest med tech company. The Fridley-based company has not commented specifically on the deal, however, CEO Omar Ishrak has made no secrets about his interest in India.

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