New Delhi: A weakening rupee may adversely impact the country`s medical equipments market, as it is largely dependent on imports and the prices could shoot up if the downtrend continues in the Indian currency, experts say. The companies are also deferring their major medical equipment purchases in the wake of declining rupee value. "As medical equipment industry is primarily import- dependent, rupee depreciation is going to impact the industry," consultancy firm Tecnova India`s Associate Vice President Ankit Suri said.
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