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Covid: Siemens wins Mauritanian contract to supply digital radiography equipment

Covid: Siemens wins Mauritanian contract to supply digital radiography equipment

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03/07/2020 at 16h15, by Jeune Afrique Business+

At the end of June, Siemens was declared the winner of a Mauritanian Ministry of Health contract for the supply of nine digital radiography units worth €8.96m, the largest contract awarded so far in the fight against coronavirus.

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