Smaller medical-device makers such as Cardica (CRDC) are tacking surcharges on to their products...
Sunday, January 27, 3:30 AM ETSmaller medical-device makers such as Cardica (CRDC) are tacking surcharges on to their products or warning of price increases to cover a 2.3% sales tax that came into force on Jan. 1 as part of Obamacare. Larger manufacturers like Medtronic (MDT) and GE Healthcare (GE) haven't explicitly added extra fees but are expected to bake them into contract renewals.
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