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3D Printing Medical Devices Market Key Current and Future Trends, Development Status and Regional Forecast 2030

Posted by Riya Joshi on October 7, 2022 at 2:06am 0 Comments

3D Printing Medical Devices Market-Overview

The approval has risen incrementally due to the convenience and adaptability feature it offers, thus bolstering the global stake of 3D printing medical devices. Reports created by MRFR detail the developments in the industry that can be expected in the market through the forecast period.

The Global 3D Printing Medical Devices Market is expected to grow during the forecast period 2020–2027 at a CAGR approximately… Continue

Global Canopy Beds Market Trends, Research Report, Growth, Opportunities, Forecast 2027

Posted by geeta patil on October 7, 2022 at 2:05am 0 Comments

Canopy beds are less suitable for rooms with low ceilings and require more care than regular beds, which presents a problem for the market.

Global Canopy Beds Market size was valued at US$ 6204.78 Mn. in 2021 and the total revenue is expected to grow at 3.95% through 2021 to 2027, reaching nearly US$ 7828.40 Mn.

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Face Shield Market Industry Size, Impact of COVID-19, Segmentation, Insight, Scope, Application Analysis, Trends, & Forecast by 2028.

Posted by Smriti Verma on October 7, 2022 at 2:05am 0 Comments

Face Shield Market grows at a CAGR of 14.36% in the forecast period 2021-2028.

Face Shield Market Scope and Market Size

 On the basis of product, the face shield market is segmented into full face shield and half face shield.

 On the basis of material, the face shield market is segmented into plastic, metal and others.

 On the basis of end users, the face shield market is segmented into healthcare, construction, chemical, oil and gas, manufacturing and… Continue

In April 2014, the legislature of the Netherlands passed legislation prohibiting sale of glyphosate to individuals for use at home; commercial sales were not affected.

In June 2015, the French Ecology Minister asked nurseries and garden centers to halt over-the-counter sales of glyphosate in the form of Monsanto's Roundup. This was a nonbinding request and all sales of glyphosate remain legal in France until 2022, when it was planned to ban the substance for home gardening. However, more recently the French parliament decided to not to impose a definitive date for such a ban. In January 2019, "the sale, distribution, and use of Roundup 360 [wa]s banned" in France. Exemptions for many farmers were later implemented, and a curb of its use by 80% for 2021 is projected.

A vote on the relicensing of glyphosate in the EU stalled in March 2016. Member states France, Sweden, and the Netherlands objected to the renewal. A vote to reauthorize on a temporary basis failed in June 2016 but at the last minute the license was extended for 18 months until the end of 2017.

On 27 November 2017, in the EU Council a majority of eighteen member states voted in favor of permitting the use of glyphosate for five more years. A qualified majority of sixteen states representing 65% of EU citizens was required to pass the law. The German Minister of Agriculture, Christian Schmidt, unexpectedly voted in favor while the German coalition government was internally divided on the issue which usually results in Germany abstaining.

In December 2018, attempts were made to reopen the decision to license the weed-killer. These were condemned by Conservative MEPs, who said the proposal was politically motivated and flew in the face of scientific evidence.

In March 2019, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ordered the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) to release all carcinogenicity and toxicity pesticide industry studies on glyphosate to the general public.

In March 2019, the Austrian state of Carinthia outlawed the private use of glyphosate in residential areas while the commercial application of the herbicide is still permitted for farmers. The use of glyphosate by public authorities and road maintenance crews was already halted a number of years prior to the current ban by local authorities.

In June 2019, Deutsche Bahn and Swiss Federal Railways announced that glyphosate and other commonly used herbicides for weed eradication along railway tracks will be phased out by 2025, while more environmentally sound methods for vegetation control are implemented.

In July 2019, the Austrian parliament voted to ban glyphosate in Austria.

In September 2019, the German Environment Ministry announced that the use of glyphosate will be banned from the end of 2023. The use of glyphosate-based herbicides will be reduced starting from 2020.

The assessment process for an approval of glyphosate in the European Union will begin in December 2019. France, Hungary, the Netherlands and Sweden will jointly assess the application dossiers of the producers. The draft report of the assessment group will then be peer-reviewed by the EFSA before the current approval expires in December 2022.

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